Sunday marked the one-year anniversary of the moment Michael popped the question, and Tiffany, 28, reflected on the romantic moment by posting a pair of snaps of the couple - with the first showing Michael getting down on one knee to present this long-time girlfriend with a dazzling diamond.
The second image shows the newly-engaged pair sharing a tender embrace, with a delighted Tiffany holding her hands up to her partner's face as he draws her into a hug.
'One year down forever to go,' Tiffany captioned the snaps, adding infinity and heart emojis.
'Happy anniversary to the love of my life!' Michael responded, posting one of the photos on his own account.
Tiffany Trump has shared never-before-seen photos of the moment that her billionaire fiancé, Michael Boulos, proposed to her last year
Sunday marked the one-year anniversary of the moment Michael popped the question, and Tiffany, 28, celebrated by posting a pair of snaps of the couple in the White House Rose Garden
'One year down forever to go,' she captioned the snaps, adding infinity and heart emojis
'Happy anniversary to the love of my life!' Michael responded, posting one of the photos on his own account
In the first image, Michael is seen down on one knee popping the question to Tiffany, before the couple shared a tender embrace
The first photo appears to be staged to look like a proposal, with Michael wearing a black suit and getting down on one knee while smiling up at his bride-to-be.
Tiffany and Michael Boulos are pictured on a recent ski trip in the French Alps with their families
Tiffany is pictured in a black dress and heels, smiling down at her future groom as he holds her hand.
In a second shot, they embrace, standing several inches apart but hugging with their upper bodies, Michael kissing Tiffany's cheek and Tiffany holding her hand to his face.
Tiffany's mom, Marla Maples, commented on the post: 'A year ago this precious moment happened.'
Michael had popped the question last January with a $1.2-million diamond ring, and the couple shared the news during Tiffany's father's last moments in office.
Tiffany shared the news in a gushing social media post at the time, posting a smiling picture outside the West Wing — having seized the opportunity to snag some final White House photos together before her dad left office.
The new photos shared on Instagram this weekend appear to have been taken on the same day.
Thought here have been reports that Tiffany is busy planning the wedding, no details are known about their nuptials, or even if they have settled on a date yet.
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The new photos shared on Instagram this weekend appear to have been taken on the same day as one she shared last year announcing the engagement
She shared the news on her father's final day in office, describing her engagement as her most 'special' White House memory
Bling: Michael proposed with a $1.2 million 13-carat diamond ring that features an emerald-cut stone from Dubai. It was designed by jeweler Samer Halimeh New York
In Tiffany's post last year, she 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.
Tiffany chose to use her father's final day as President - January 19, 2021 - to announce the news of her engagement, when she posted a gushing tribute to her future husband as well as an image of the happy couple posing together in the West Wing Colonnade.
'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.
Wow: A spokesperson for Samer Halimeh New York said the knockout ring features a 13-carat emerald-cut center stone flanked with two trapeze cut diamonds
'Feeling blessed and excited for the next chapter!'
A source told Page Six that Michael proposed to Tiffany in the Rose Garden at the White House after they flew in from Miami.
'The family is delighted,' the insider said.
The ring was designed at Samer Halimeh New York, the jeweler confirmed to.
A spokesperson for the jeweler revealed that the knockout ring features a massive emerald-cut center stone flanked with two trapeze cut diamonds. The jeweler is keeping the price of the ring tightly under wraps; however, an independent expert estimated that it is worth more than $1 million.
The ring's center diamond has a G color grade, meaning it has a faint yellow hue in comparison to stones with higher grades. The highest color grade is a D, though these colorless stones are rare to find.
The stone also boasts a VVSI clarity grade, which is close to perfect. VVS stands for 'very, very slightly included.'
Denis Stepansky, founder and owner of online luxury retailer ItsHot Diamond Jewelry and Watches, toldthat a ring similar to Tiffany's would cost $1 to $1.2 million.
Mystery: It's unclear if Michael asked Donald Trump for his daughter's hand in marriage, but he has spent plenty of time with Tiffany's father
Support: Michael spent much time by Tiffany's side while she campaigned for her father across the country ahead of last year's presidential election
Happy: Tiffany's mother, Marla Maples, celebrated the news on her Instagram Stories
Michael responded to her engagement post in the comments, writing: 'Love you honey.'
He also proudly announced the news on his own Instagram page using the same photo from the White House.
'Got engaged to the love of my life! Looking forward to our next chapter together,' he captioned the photo.
The timing of the couple's announcement sparked several questions on social media, with a few users asking why they chose to reveal the news of their engagement in the final hours of Trump's presidency.
'Interesting timing, it must be true love,' one Twitter user commented.
Another hit out at the law school grad for taking advantage of her father's final day in office to share her own personal news, writing: 'Again [Tiffany] read the room, just read the room.'
Michael and Tiffany's engagement came amid a time of great upheaval for the Trump family — many of whom put down roots in Florida after Biden was sworn in.
Tiffany and Michael have been dating since they met in Mykonos, Greece, in the summer of 2018, and they have both spent plenty of quality time with each other's parents.
Just a few months before the engagement, Tiffany's mother Marla Maples gushed on her Instagram Stories that Michael is 'like a son' to her, and she couldn't be happier about their engagement.
Shortly after Tiffany went public with the news, Marla shared Tiffany's post on her Instagram Stories to congratulate the newly-engaged couple.
'Celebrating God's endless blessing of love,' Marla wrote. 'May God's blessings & love always light your path. Love you so much, mom.'
One of the family: Michael has spent an increasing amount of time by Tiffany's side at official White House events, including a Christmas party hosted by President Trump in 2020
Tiffany and Michael started dating in 2018, and she shared her first photo with him in January 2019, after attending the White House Christmas party together
Michael has also spent plenty of time with Tiffany's father, Donald Trump, whom he has shown great support for.
He was often by her side on the campaign trail and attended a number of political events with her and her family, including appearances at the White House.
While Trump likely knew immediately about his daughter's engagement, he was unable to congratulate her on Twitter, his main mode of public communication.
He was banned from the platform over concerns his statements could provoke more violence following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
It's unclear if Michael asked President Trump for his youngest daughter's hand in marriage, though a source told Page Six it's 'highly likely' considering the proposal took place at the White House.
Tiffany started dating Michael less than a year after she and her college boyfriend R called it quits in late 2017.
Going public: Tiffany was first spotted with Michael at the Taoray Wang show during New York Fashion Week in September 2018
Not yet: The couple browsed engagement rings at the Samer Halimeh New York store in London in June 2019, but Tiffany only picked up a $663,000 diamond 'friendship' bracelet
Tiffany, Michael, and his parents, Massad and Sarah Boulos, attended a holiday party hosted by President Trump and First Lady Melania at the White House in 2019.
Tiffany was first spotted with Michael at the Taoray Wang show during New York Fashion Week in September 2018. She reportedly took him to her father's Mar-Lago estate for Thanksgiving dinner that year.
She shared her first photo with Michael in January 2019, after attending the White House Christmas party together.
The majority of their relationship was a long-distance one, with Tiffany attending law school at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and Michael based in London.
After a year together, they were spotted browsing engagement rings at the Samer Halimeh New York store in London in June 2019, but Tiffany only picked up a $663,000 diamond 'friendship' bracelet while at the jeweler's Knightsbridge store.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, the manager of the store, Maan Chakhchir, said the couple is 'very down-to-earth and clearly very happy together.'
'They seem very much in love. If they get engaged, I know that Mr. Halimeh would be perfect for designing the ring,' he said at the time.