6. She’s an aspiring pop star
In her teenage years, Tiffany surfaced on the scene with hopes of becoming a pop star.
She told the Daily Mail, “I love music, it’s always been very dear to me. It’s more of a hobby right now, but we’ll see in a couple of years if I actually want to take it to the next level as a professional level. Right now the focus is on school.”
She has released “Like a Bird,” which is a little Paris Hilton-ish (what is it with wealthy heirs and Auto-Tune?), but it’s a place to start.
7. She’s not as tall as her big sis
Both Ivanka and Tiffany have modeled, but Ivanka, from Trump’s first marriage to ex-wife Ivana, is the taller of the two. Ivanka takes after her father at an estimated 5 feet, 11 inches, while Tiffany is a few inches shy of “supermodel stature” at 5-foot-8.
8. She’s got a big Instagram following
Are we even surprised? With famous friends like Kyra Kennedy and EJ Johnson, daughter of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Magic Johnson respectively, Tiff has officially been dubbed a “Rich Kid of Instagram.” Her nearly 1 million followers may have something to do with the addicting pics she posts of skiing, fancy clothes and vacations in Palm Beach.
9. She is not the redheaded stepchild
Don’t be confused. Just because this Trump heir grew up on the West Coast and her famous siblings grew up in New York, Tiffany has the lifestyle you’d expect of a Trump. Her high school education cost over $31,000 a year, she travels to exotic destinations on Daddy’s private jet, and her famous sister, Ivanka, got her an exclusive internship at Vogue in the U.S.
Still, her famous father is proud of her because she not only does well in school, but she’s a good person.
“She really is a terrific student, but more importantly, whenever we get the report card, the teachers write that she is the nicest person. Every one of them say, ‘Tiffany’s marks are an A, but more importantly, she’s one of the nicest students we’ve ever had,'” Donald said.
10. She’s attending Georgetown
The prestigious Georgetown law school is in Washington D.C., which might mean more time with Ivanka.