Tiffany Trump announced she's engaged on Tuesday.

Tiffany Trump announced she's engaged on Tuesday.

The news comes just one day before her father's term as president ends.

Tiffany Trump, 27, shared the news that she was engaged to her boyfriend, Michael Boulos, via Instagram with a picture taken at the White House.

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"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," President Trump's youngest daughter captioned the image. "Feeling blessed and excited for the next chapter!"

Boulos shared the same photo to his Instagram on Tuesday.

"Got engaged to the love of my life," he wrote under the photo. "Looking forward to our next chapter together."

Boulos, a 23-year-old business executive, and Tiffany, who is President Donald J. Trump's only daughter with Marla Maples, have been together since 2018, according to Town & Country.

Her relationship with Boulos raised eyebrows when the couple first became an item, as his parents own a multi-billion-dollar Nigerian conglomerate. Their relationship became public soon after her father reportedly referred to some African countries as "s---hole countries."

Michael Boulos, Tiffany Trump and Marla Maples attend the Taoray Wang front row during New York Fashion Week: The Shows at Gallery II at Spring Studios on February 9, 2019 in New York City.

Tiffany, who graduated from Georgetown University Law School in 2020, has been less involved in her father's political career than her older siblings. 

Many have speculated her distance from the campaign is related to her personal relationship with her father following a former Trump staffer's comment that the president doesn't like taking pictures with his daughter because of her weight.

However, in October 2020, Tiffany spoke at a "Trump Pride" event following years of silence from her father's administration regarding LGBTQ rights, where she said her father had "always supported" the LGBTQ community.

Her appearance was met with criticism online, with many viewing her words as hypocritical and at odds with her father's policies.

On Wednesday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden will be sworn in as president, ending Trump's term.