Donald Trump’s fifth and youngest child, Barron Trump, is a ten-year-old who has already experienced a more luxurious life than most people ever will. His parents are rich, his toys are expensive, and his dad is the President-elect of the United States. He’s already made several appearances on network television, and his parents have already reserved his username for Twitter.
There’s a reason his mother calls him Little Donald, and you might be surprised to learn what’s normal for this kid. Read on to learn more about young Barron’s life so far.
12. The Suite Life
Melania Trump told Parenting magazine that Barron’s got one floor to himself in Donald’s penthouse. The 58-story Manhattan skyscraper isn’t quite the same as the White House—and for most people, living in the White House would be a major upgrade.
Barron will stay with Melania in New York, though, while he finishes school.
Her husband, however, had different thoughts. ““I was just a bit queasy,” he said to the New York Post. “Being a doctor would not be my thing.”
10. All Gold Everything
Barron is used to all things gold—24-karat gold and marble make up plenty of the surfaces within the Trump Tower penthouse. The penthouse was designed by Angelo Donghia and features awesome views of Central Park and Manhattan. Other Trump households include a Beverly Hills mansion, a 60-bedroom home in Bedford, New York, and a beach retreat in Florida.
9. Out Of The Spotlight
These details of Barron’s life are readily available, but they’re few and far between. During Donald’s trips along the campaign trail, Barron only made appearances several times. Every Trump sibling spoke at the Republican National Convention except Barron.
Barron is closer in age to his own nieces and nephews than the rest of his siblings. Tiffany Trump is the next oldest child, at age 22.
8. Born Golfer
Barron shares Donald’s love for golfing—that’s just one of the reasons why his mother calls him Little Donald. Pictured here are the three family members at the 2015 Ricoh Women’s British Open in Scotland.
Barron also plays the drums, and made his first television appearance at age eight on his father’s show, The Apprentice.