Tiffany Trump, the 19-year-old daughter of Donald Trump, may not be in the spotlight as much as her older half-siblings, but she is just as ambitious as them.
The DailyMail reports on Tiffany Trump and her life that has been largely out of the public’s eye despite being the daughter of one of the most famous men in America.
Tiffany, now a freshman at the prestigious University of Pennsylvania, grew up thousands of miles away from her famous father in California with her mother Marla Maples.
In California, Tiffany attended the pricy Viewpoint School in Calabassas. While in high school, she reportedly received great grades and played on the JV Volleyball team. At her graduation last spring, both her parents Marla and Donald were in attendance.
Though growing up on the other side of the country, Tiffany enjoys a close relationship with her half siblings Donald Jr., 35, Eric, 29, and sister Ivanka, 31. Tiffany was a bridesmaid at sister Ivanka’s wedding, and reportedly got an internship with US Vogue through her older sister.
No matter how close she is to her siblings, though, Tiffany said in 2011 “Since I have grown up on the West Coast, I’m definitely different from all of them growing up on the East Coast.”
“It was great for me getting a chance to grow up as a normal kid just out of the spotlight, versus all of them growing up in New York. They always had that intense media and spotlight on them.”
That difference is becoming abundantly clear since as Tiffany pursues her college degree, it appears she isn’t headed for the real estate business like most of the Trumps. Instead, she has more of a creative streak, even releasing a song on Amazon entitled ‘Like a Bird.’
Still, though, Tiffany Trump has her priorities in order. “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."