Published On: Tue, Jun 25th, 2019

Tiffany Trump buys £500,000 diamond ‘friendship’ bracelet during UK visit | World | News

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Despite the Trumps’ jam-packed schedule that saw the Republican and his family meet the Queen, Prime Minister Theresa May and attend a D-Day memorial service in Portsmouth, Tiffany Trump still managed to fit in a trip to a Knightsbridge jewellers. There, she and boyfriend Michael Boulos browsed engagement rings before the blonde splashed out on a “friendship” bracelet in the Samer Halimeh New York store. The Mail Online reports the couple spent 45 minutes in the shop in the plush central London suburb.

Maan Chakhchir, store manager, told the London Evening Standard the couple seemed “very much in love”.

He added: “Michael Boulos and Tiffany Trump visited our Knightsbridge boutique for around 45 minutes and from meeting them I can say that they are a really lovely couple, very down-to-earth and clearly very happy together.

“We showed Tiffany all our beautiful diamond and precious gem jewellery from the brand’s main collection and she left with a spectacular diamond friendship bracelet.”

He added: “They seem very much in love. If they get engaged I know that Mr Halimeh would be perfect for designing the ring.”

Tiffany and her boyfriend even posed for a picture in the store, which has a flagship venue in Manhattan.

The Knightsbridge shop boasts Naomi Campbell and Elton John as customers since it opened two years ago.

During the early June state visit, Prince Charles was reported to have had a long discussion with President Trump over climate change, a topic that is not particularly high on the American’s agenda.

The President often shrugged climate change off as a non-issue and famously pulled out of the 2015 Paris Agreement, adding that it would “undermine democracy”.

President Trump visited the UK in 2016, not long after he first took office.

The trip was marred with protests, including London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s authorisation of a giant Trump baby blimp to fly over the Capital.

President Trump has locked horns with Mr Khan on many occasions over the London knife crime epidemic.

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