Tiffany, former US President Donald Trump’s daughter, and her Nigerian-Lebanese fiancé Michael Boulos visited Pastor Paul Adefarasin at the House On The Rock Church, Lagos.
Pastor Adefarasin shared the photos on his official social media pages on Monday, April 11.
“Fellowship at The Rock Cathedral with Tiffany and Michael” he captioned the post.
Tiffany, 28, and Boulos, 24, got engaged in 2021.
Boulos popped the question to Tiffany with a 13-carat emerald-cut diamond from Dubai said to be worth $1.2 million.
Mr Boulus, who has been described as a “billionaire heir” by Vanity Fair magazine, is of Lebanese and French descent.
He was raised in Lagos and is a naturalized Nigerian.
His father, Massad, is the Chief Executive Officer of SCOA Nigeria while his mother, Sarah, is the founder of the Society for the Performing Arts in Nigeria.
His family moved to Lagos when he was an infant.
He attended the American International School of Lagos in Nigeria before proceeding to London, where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Global Business Management from Regent’s University in 2018.
He also bagged a master’s degree in Project Management, Finance, and Risk at City, at the University of London in 2019.
Mr. Boulus has been the associate director of SCOA Nigeria since 2016, the director of Fadoul Group since 2019, and the business development manager of Royalton Investment since 2019.
He has three siblings with the most popular being Fares, a Nigerian-based actor and rapper who is known for his YouTube channel, Farastafari.
He released his debut single, ‘One Day’ in 2012.
It was produced by Cobhams Asuquo.