There will be another Trump in the nation’s capital starting this week — President Donald Trump’s youngest daughter Tiffany Trump started law school at Georgetown University.
Georgetown stands all but in the shadow of the White House, which might mean more sightings of the often-elusive Tiffany Trump. The youngest Trump daughter has managed to keep a much lower profile than her siblings.
Orientation kicks off Monday, Aug. 21, US Weekly reported, putting an end to the 23-year-old model’s travel-filled summer. She took off to Germany and Hungary with beau, Ross Mechanic earlier this summer and ended her summer leisure with a trip to Italy with her mother, Marla Maples, who was married to Donald Trump from 1993 to 1999.
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Tiffany and Mechanic have been dating since 2015 and the pair graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May 2016. Tiffany earned a double major in sociology (with a concentration in law) and urban studies.
During her year off from school, Tiffany studied for and passed the L-SAT, and was reportedly touring a litany of renowned law schools, including Harvard, Columbia and New York University, before she made her decision to go to Georgetown in Washington, a decision her brother Eric Trump has reportedly supported. Eric graduated from Georgetown’s business school in 2006.
"I am so proud of Tiffany," Eric told The Daily Mail after Tiffany made her decision in May. "Georgetown University is a truly amazing school and she is going to love her time in Washington, D.C."
This won’t be the first time Tiffany has followed in a family members’ footsteps — her dad, her sister Ivanka and her brother Donald Jr. all received their degrees from the University of Pennsylvania as well.
Tiffany, however, is breaking chains with her family — she will be the first Trump child to not immediately go into the family business, though Ivanka did spend a year at a real estate development firm after college before joining the Trump Organization in 2005.
She’s still interested in joining the family business, though.
"Of course, I'm interested,” Tiffany said in an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in October 2016. "I'm applying to law school though so I like to bring — a different kind [of] skill set to the company."