Donald Trump's daughter Tiffany makes modelling debut at New York Fashion Week
Donald Trump's youngest daughter is following in her famous family's footsteps with a career in the spotlight.
Tiffany Trump made her runway debut at the Just Drew show during New York Fashion Week, but chose not to publicise her appearance in advance, much like fellow socialite Kyra Kennedy.
The 22-year-old is a sociology student at the ivy league University of Pennsylvania, but it doesn't look like she'll be pursuing a modelling career anytime soon as she reportedly took part in the show as a favour to a friend.
Tiffany is the daughter of US Presidential hopeful Donald Trump and Marla Maples, whom he was married to from 1993 to 1999 and she was raised in California. He is currently married to former model Melania Trump (nee Knavs), while his oldest daughter Ivanka enjoyed a brief career on the catwalk in 1999.
Much like her fellow heiresses in 2016, Tiffany boasts an impressive Instagram following with 84,000 followers and counting, but unlike the average college student, her big sister organised an internship for her at Vogue, where she "had lunch with Anna Wintour" and recorded a single called Like A Bird when she was 17.
While she has been pictured with her billionaire father over the years, most recently during his Presidential campaign, she said she is particularly close with her mother, who raised her "as a single mom."
"My mom and I have always been very close since she did raise me as like a single mom," she said. "My friends and everyone I know are like, 'Wow, you guys really have a really good relationship.' She's with me a lot of the time, so people find that kind of shocking."