Hurricane ‘Nicole’ threatens Tiffany’s wedding, Donald Trump’s daughter, in Florida: “She is desperate”

The impact of the tropical cyclone Nicole, already converted into a category 1 hurricane, in Florida is imminent. A situation that has Tiffany Trump desperate, as she is scheduled to say ‘I do’ to her billionaire fiancé Michael Boulos this Saturday, November 12 in Palm Beach.

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The wedding will take place at Mar-a-Lago, the former US president’s mansion, weather permitting. There are more than 500 guests including politicians, businessmen and personalities from American high society, as well as family members, who do not know if they will be able to make it to the link because the Palm Beach Airport has closed.

Tiffany, who is the fruit of the second marriage of Donald Trump with the actress Marla Mapleshad been planning her nuptials weekend for a year and a half, but it’s not going as expected.

According to a source close to the future bride to PageSix, this Friday there was a welcome dinner that they are not sure is going to happen anymore. “They’ve sent the staff home. Some guests came and they had all these things planned. It was going to be quite a spread. But they had to cancel events today and everyone is stuck indoors.”

What Tiffany has been able to enjoy is her bachelorette party, orchestrated by her sister Ivankawhich was last weekend. His stepmother also attended the party, Melania Trump; his sister-in-law, Larahis brother’s wife Eric Trumpy Kimberly Guilfoylethe fiancee of Donald Trump Jr.