The Tiffany Trump net worth might not be as much as you'd think.
The more we know about Tiffany Trump — or TT, as we like to call her — the more we sort of like her. She grew up in relative obscurity for a Trump, isn’t involved in politics and is dating a registered Democrat. Oh, and there was that time she dodged a smooch from dear old dad at one of the presidential debates.
Yet another difference between the youngest daughter of President Trump and the rest of the clan is her net worth.
Donald Jr. and Eric Trump are each worth an estimated $150 million. Ivanka Trump and hubby Jared Kushner are worth nearly $1 billion combined.
Raised on the West Coast by Marla Maples, the still-somewhat-relatable-Trump inherited her mom’s good looks and bikini figure, but she is only worth about half a mill.
Only half a million bucks, right? But compared to her father’s estimated net worth of $4.1 billion, $600,000 is chump change.
The obscure Trump’s net worth is higher than half-brother Barron Trump’s, since he is a bit too young to have one himself, and it makes sense that a recent college graduate wouldn’t be worth as much as her siblings in the real estate game.
With Trump's future law degree and dad's connections, the Tiffany Trump net worth is sure to skyrocket.
The second-youngest Trump’s sources of income aren’t known, but we do know she interned at Vogue, walked for Andrew Warren during 2013’s New York Fashion Week and released her single “Like a Bird” in 2011.
Trump’s social media has increased eightfold since she publicly supported her father as he ran against Hillary Clinton for the Oval Office, but alas, daddy is still killing it with followers.
Trump’s boyfriend, Ross Mechanic, graduated from UPenn this year, and his estimated net worth is about $250,000 — not as much as his lady’s, but a college grad who isn’t in the red is hard to come by.
Mechanic lives in a $2 million apartment, according to Net Worth, and his father is billionaire real estate lawyer Jonathan Mechanic.
The elder Mechanic’s exact net worth isn’t known, but he was the main negotiator in the $5.4 million purchase of the private residential development Peter Cooper and Stuyvesant Town in 2006, The Real Deal reported.