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Marla Maples spotted in Miami days after her Tiffany announced her engagement to billionaire fiancé

The second wife of former President Donald Trump, Marla Maples, was seen out and about shopping and eating lunch with a group of friends in Miami on Tuesday.

Maples, 57, was seen walking through the upmarket Bal Harbour shopping center.

Only one member of her party was seen to be wearing a face mask at the open-air mall. 

The outing comes less than a week after her 27-year-old daughter, Tiffany Trump, was proposed to in the Rose Garden of the White House by her billionaire partner Michael Boulos.

Marla Maples was seen shopping in an outdoor mall in north Miami with friends

Marla Maples was seen shopping in an outdoor mall in north Miami with friends

Marla Maples was seen shopping in an outdoor mall in north Miami with friends

Maples' unmasked outing comes less than week after her daughter announced her engagement

Maples' unmasked outing comes less than week after her daughter announced her engagement

Maples’ unmasked outing comes less than week after her daughter announced her engagement

The First Daughter used her father’s final day in office last Wednesday to announce her engagement, while sharing an image of her and her fiance’ celebrating their happy news together at the White House.    

Tiffany shared the news in a gushing social media posting with smiling picture of herself and 23-year-old Michael posing outside the West Wing – having seized the opportunity to snag a final photo at the White House.

In her post, the Georgetown Law graduate described the engagement as her most ‘special’ White House memory, while paying tribute to her ‘amazing fiancé’, whom she has been dating for just over two years.   

Michael Boulos proposed to the ex-President¿s youngest daughter Tiffany, 27, with a $1.2 million engagement ring

Michael Boulos proposed to the ex-President¿s youngest daughter Tiffany, 27, with a $1.2 million engagement ring

Ex-President¿s youngest daughter Tiffany, 27, showed off her $1.2 million engagement ring at the White House

Ex-President¿s youngest daughter Tiffany, 27, showed off her $1.2 million engagement ring at the White House

Michael Boulos proposed to the ex-President’s youngest daughter Tiffany, 27, with a $1.2 million  engagement ring , which she showed off at the White House

Timing: The First Daughter chose to share the news on her father's final day in office, describing her engagement as her most 'special' White House memory

Timing: The First Daughter chose to share the news on her father's final day in office, describing her engagement as her most 'special' White House memory

Timing: The First Daughter chose to share the news on her father’s final day in office, describing her engagement as her most ‘special’ White House memory 

Tiffany's mother Marla Maples, 57, celebrated the news on her Instagram Stories

Tiffany's mother Marla Maples, 57, celebrated the news on her Instagram Stories

Tiffany’s mother Marla Maples, 57, celebrated the news on her Instagram Stories 

‘It has been an honor to celebrate many milestones, historic occasions and create memories with my family here at the White House, none more special than my engagement to my amazing fiancé Michael!’ she wrote. 

Wednesday marks the first full week since being sworn in after winning the 2016 election that Donald Trump has been able to live life free of the trappings of the presidency –  and it appears his family are joining him in the Sunshine State.

The president’s other daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, also left Washington last week to join her dad in Florida.

The former senior presidential advisers have signed a one-year lease on a condominium in one of Miami’s most coveted oceanfront buildings, Arte Surfside, the Wall Street Journal reported.

It’s unclear how much Ivanka and Jared will be paying for the condo, but it’s safe to say it didn’t come cheap. Arte is one of the most expensive complexes in the Surfside neighborhood, with an average rental price of nearly $47,000 per month. Its penthouse sold for $33million to an unnamed private equity executive from New York last month. 

It's unclear how much Ivanka and Jared will be paying for the condo, but it's safe to say it didn't come cheap. Arte is one of the most expensive complexes in the Surfside neighborhood, with an average rental price of nearly $47,000 per month. Its penthouse sold for $33million to an unnamed private equity executive from New York last month.

It's unclear how much Ivanka and Jared will be paying for the condo, but it's safe to say it didn't come cheap. Arte is one of the most expensive complexes in the Surfside neighborhood, with an average rental price of nearly $47,000 per month. Its penthouse sold for $33million to an unnamed private equity executive from New York last month.

It’s unclear how much Ivanka and Jared will be paying for the condo, but it’s safe to say it didn’t come cheap. Arte is one of the most expensive complexes in the Surfside neighborhood, with an average rental price of nearly $47,000 per month. Its penthouse sold for $33million to an unnamed private equity executive from New York last month. 

Tiffany Trump and her new fiance Michael Boulus last Wednesday

Tiffany Trump and her new fiance Michael Boulus last Wednesday

Lara Trump and Eric Trump last Wednesday

Lara Trump and Eric Trump last Wednesday

Tiffany Trump and her new fiance Michael Boulus last Wednesday. They are also said to be eyeing property in Miami. Lara and Eric Trump have not moved to Florida. She is reportedly eyeing a seat in North Carolina 

Ivanka Trump is eyeing a seat in Florida, according to insiders, and Donald Trump Jr. is also planning a run for office but it's unclear where

Ivanka Trump is eyeing a seat in Florida, according to insiders, and Donald Trump Jr. is also planning a run for office but it's unclear where

Ivanka Trump is eyeing a seat in Florida, according to insiders, and Donald Trump Jr. is also planning a run for office but it's unclear where

Ivanka Trump is eyeing a seat in Florida, according to insiders, and Donald Trump Jr. is also planning a run for office but it's unclear where

Ivanka Trump is eyeing a seat in Florida, according to insiders, and Donald Trump Jr. is also planning a run for office but it’s unclear where 

The rest of the Trump clan is also looking to relocate. Newly engaged Tiffany is thought to be contemplating a move to the Sunshine State, as is the president's eldest son Don Jr and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle.

The rest of the Trump clan is also looking to relocate. Newly engaged Tiffany is thought to be contemplating a move to the Sunshine State, as is the president's eldest son Don Jr and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle.

The rest of the Trump clan is also looking to relocate. Newly engaged Tiffany is thought to be contemplating a move to the Sunshine State, as is the president’s eldest son Don Jr and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle. 

The couple and their three children are said to be using the large, unfurnished unit as a temporary home while they build a more permanent one on a two-acre plot they purchased on Indian Creek Island  – also known as the ‘Billionaire Bunker’ – for $31.8million late last year. 

Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle are also expected to move to Florida permanently and have been looking at properties in Jupiter, which is 20 miles to the north of Palm Beach. 

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are making Miami – which is 60 miles to the south – their base.  

Ivanka and Jared are expected to use the condo as a temporary home while they build a more permanent one on a two-acre plot they purchased on Indian Creek Island (pictured) - also known as the 'Billionaire Bunker' - for $31.8million late last year

Ivanka and Jared are expected to use the condo as a temporary home while they build a more permanent one on a two-acre plot they purchased on Indian Creek Island (pictured) - also known as the 'Billionaire Bunker' - for $31.8million late last year

Ivanka and Jared are expected to use the condo as a temporary home while they build a more permanent one on a two-acre plot they purchased on Indian Creek Island (pictured) – also known as the ‘Billionaire Bunker’ – for $31.8million late last year 

A listing for the plot of land measures it at 1.84 acres with 200 feet of private waterfront.

A listing for the plot of land measures it at 1.84 acres with 200 feet of private waterfront.

A listing for the plot of land measures it at 1.84 acres with 200 feet of private waterfront.

Donald and Melania Trump arrived in Mar-a-Lago after fleeing Washington DC, where Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President last Wednesday

Donald and Melania Trump arrived in Mar-a-Lago after fleeing Washington DC, where Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President last Wednesday

Donald and Melania Trump arrived in Mar-a-Lago after fleeing Washington DC, where Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President last Wednesday

Back at Mar-a-Lago, a Secret Service ring of steel currently surrounds Trump’s resort on Palm Beach island with nearby roads closed off.

Despite spending a great deal of time during his presidency at the Florida resort he is not necessarily being welcomed back to the state with open arms. 

Lawyers for residents of the area have written to Palm Beach commissioners highlighting an agreement Trump signed decades ago which prohibits him living at Mar-a-Lago for more than seven consecutive days, and 21 days each a year. 

‘I think he’s going to set up shop with Palm Beach as the headquarters of his post-presidency Maga movement,’ Dave Aronberg, state attorney for Palm Beach county, told The Guardian.

‘It’s definitely going to create drama, commotion, traffic and a lot of media attention. He will continue to be a lightning rod and he will continue to be the talk of the town as long as he is here.’

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer for the president in his final moments as POTUS. Supporters gathered along the path to Trump's Mar a Lago club on Palm Beach

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer for the president in his final moments as POTUS. Supporters gathered along the path to Trump's Mar a Lago club on Palm Beach

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer for the president in his final moments as POTUS. Supporters gathered along the path to Trump’s Mar a Lago club on Palm Beach

A detail of a car decorated in outgoing US President Donald Trump as his supporters await his return to Florida along the route leading to his Mar-a-Lago estate on January 20, 2021 in West Palm Beach, Florida

A detail of a car decorated in outgoing US President Donald Trump as his supporters await his return to Florida along the route leading to his Mar-a-Lago estate on January 20, 2021 in West Palm Beach, Florida

A detail of a car decorated in outgoing US President Donald Trump as his supporters await his return to Florida along the route leading to his Mar-a-Lago estate on January 20, 2021 in West Palm Beach, Florida

Supporters of President Donald Trump, Jennifer Aiello, left, Ron Raven dance as they wait for the motorcade on the road to Mar-a-Lago, Trump's Palm Beach estate, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.

Supporters of President Donald Trump, Jennifer Aiello, left, Ron Raven dance as they wait for the motorcade on the road to Mar-a-Lago, Trump's Palm Beach estate, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.

Supporters of President Donald Trump, Jennifer Aiello, left, Ron Raven dance as they wait for the motorcade on the road to Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Palm Beach estate, on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021.

‘I don’t think it changes the way people think about him, he will always have his supporters and always have his detractors.’

‘It’s just the latest chapter in the ongoing saga between Donald Trump and the town of Palm Beach. The contract could forbid him from living at Mar-a-Lago, but I think that the dispute will end in a settlement as these things generally do,’ Aronberg said.   

As his presidency came to an end last Wednesday, Trump promised he would be back ‘in some form’.

A video message from the White House said: ‘The movement we started is only just beginning.’

Florida will be the place where Trump charts out what he will do next whether it be starting his own television network, a political party or launching another run at the presidency in 2024.

Trump has political allies in the state including Republican governor, Ron DeSantis, who has been fiercely loyal. 

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer for the president in his final moments as POTUS. Supporters gathered along the path to Trump's Mar a Lago club on Palm Beach

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer for the president in his final moments as POTUS. Supporters gathered along the path to Trump's Mar a Lago club on Palm Beach

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer for the president in his final moments as POTUS. Supporters gathered along the path to Trump’s Mar a Lago club on Palm Beach

Supporters of President Donald Trump wave as they wait for the motorcade on the road to Mar-a-Lago, Trump's Palm Beach estate, last Wednesday

Supporters of President Donald Trump wave as they wait for the motorcade on the road to Mar-a-Lago, Trump's Palm Beach estate, last Wednesday

Supporters of President Donald Trump wave as they wait for the motorcade on the road to Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Palm Beach estate, last Wednesday

A supporter of President Donald Trump waits for the motorcade on the road to Mar-a-Lago, Trump's Palm Beach estate

A supporter of President Donald Trump waits for the motorcade on the road to Mar-a-Lago, Trump's Palm Beach estate

A supporter of President Donald Trump waits for the motorcade on the road to Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s Palm Beach estate

Florida’s two Republican senators are also Trump supporters with Rick Scott voting against certifying Joe Biden’s election victory.

‘Florida is Trump country and always will be. Look at the people here, his people, we have his back. He’s not going to be relaxing here, I can tell you. He said he would be watching what happens with Biden and he will,’ Julio Ramírez, of the group Latinos for Trump said. 

‘Trump is popular in Florida. He changed his residency to live here, his kids are moving here, Ivanka and Kushner, Don Jr, Eric and Tiffany, they’re going to be a presence,’ Thomas Kennedy, of the Democratic National Committee representing Florida, said.

‘There are rumors Ivanka is going to run against [Florida senator Marco] Rubio, or Don Jr will run for some kind of political office, and I certainly think they’re going to become pests.’  

Almost all of the Trumps have now decamped to Florida – where the President won the election by 51 percent – and where they are expected to carry on with their political ambitions 

Source: Daily Mail US

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