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Marla Maples reveals Tiffany Trump has finished her final law school exam

Marla Maples has revealed that her daughter Tiffany Trump has finished her final law school exam while showing off the stunning bouquet of flowers her only child sent her for Mother’s Day.  

The first daughter is completing her last semester of law school at Georgetown University virtually amid the coronavirus pandemic, and her mother couldn’t be prouder of the 26-year-old’s accomplishments. 

Marla, 56, took to Instagram on Sunday to share a snapshot of the flowers Tiffany, 26, had sent to her New York City apartment while she is finishing up school, presumably in Washington, D.C.   

So sweet: Marla Maples, 56, took to Instagram on Sunday to share a snapshot of the flowers her daughter Tiffany Trump, 26, had sent to her New York City apartment for Mother’s Day

Quarantined apart: The first half of Tiffany's message to her mom is visible in the photo, and in the sweet note, she expresses how she wishes they could be together

Quarantined apart: The first half of Tiffany’s message to her mom is visible in the photo, and in the sweet note, she expresses how she wishes they could be together

‘I am so, so proud of my beautiful daughter as last night she finished her final law school exam! Hallelujah! The Best Mothers’ Day gift of all. Though I do adore these beautiful red & pink roses and the delicious dinner that just arrived,’ she captioned the image. 

‘Thank you my girl with all my heart for blessing me with the most Divine gift ever, being your mom.’

The first half of Tiffany’s message to her mom is visible in the photo, and in the sweet note, she expresses how she wishes they could be together.  

‘Happy Mother’s Day Mom! I love you so much and wish that we could be together!’ she wrote. ‘I can’t believe I just finished law [exams].’  

Excited: Marla revealed in her caption that Tiffany had finished her final law school exam, calling it the 'best Mother's Day gift of all'

Excited: Marla revealed in her caption that Tiffany had finished her final law school exam, calling it the ‘best Mother’s Day gift of all’

New normal: The first daughter has been attending her classes at Georgetown Law virtually since March 16 and her commencement has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic

New normal: The first daughter has been attending her classes at Georgetown Law virtually since March 16 and her commencement has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic 

Georgetown Law moved to virtual learning on March 16 due to the pandemic, with classes meeting online at their normally scheduled day and time. 

Commencement has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but Georgetown Law Dean William M. Treanor announced that they will mark the occasion with a video tribute on Sunday, May 17.  

‘We are still planning for a time when the Law Center community will come together safely to celebrate the Class of 2020. But we could not let this moment pass without collectively honoring the resilience, compassion, and commitment that went into completing your courses of study,’ he wrote in a letter shared on the school’s website. 

Marla admitted in February that she can’t wait for Tiffany to officially be finished with law school, though it’s unclear if she plans on moving back to New York City.   

The mom explained during an appearance on Carlos & Lisa show on BeondTV that Tiffany is always telling her that she is ‘studying.’ She is looking forward to when her daughter is done so she can ‘see more of her.’ 

Home sweet home: Marla has been hunkering down in New York City during the global crisis, sharing photos and videos of her daily walks and routine

Home sweet home: Marla has been hunkering down in New York City during the global crisis, sharing photos and videos of her daily walks and routine

Almost done: Tiffany celebrated her 'last first day of school' in September when she posted a picture of herself posing in front of the Georgetown Law Library

Almost done: Tiffany celebrated her ‘last first day of school’ in September when she posted a picture of herself posing in front of the Georgetown Law Library

Tiffany, who is President Donald Trump’s only child with Marla, started law school in 2017 after graduating from her father’s alma Ivy League alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania, the year before. 

She celebrated her ‘last first day of school’ in September when she posted a picture of herself posing in front of the Georgetown Law Library. 

Tiffany has made various appearances at White House events in support of her father over the past few years, but she has remained dedicated to her studies — even while juggling a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend, billionaire heir Michael Boulos. 

The first daughter is likely quarantined in Washington, D.C. amid the pandemic, though it’s unclear if Michael is with her. 

The 22-year-old, who is the heir to the multibillion-dollar Nigerian conglomerate Boulos Enterprises, was in D.C. in February to attend the president’s State of the Union address with Tiffany and her family.   

Romance: It's unclear if Tiffany is quarantined with her boyfriend Michael Boulos, who was in D.C. in February. He and his parents visited the White House in December as well (pictured)

Romance: It’s unclear if Tiffany is quarantined with her boyfriend Michael Boulos, who was in D.C. in February. He and his parents visited the White House in December as well (pictured)

Stop the spread: Tiffany shared Laura Kelly Fanucci's viral coronavirus poem on March 23 while urging people to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines

Stop the spread: Tiffany shared Laura Kelly Fanucci’s viral coronavirus poem on March 23 while urging people to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines 

Tiffany’s mother, meanwhile, has been hunkering down in New York City during the global crisis, sharing photos and videos of her daily walks and routine.  

Whether it’s because of her studies or a desire to remain under the radar, Tiffany has remained relatively quiet on social media amid the global crisis. 

In her last Instagram post from March 23, she shared Laura Kelly Fanucci’s viral coronavirus poem while urging people to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines.

‘We must all take this time to proactively help and look out for one another. Now is the time to #unite and join forces because only through working together on a global scale can we persevere against this collective existential threat. #TogetherApart,’ she wrote. 

‘Social distancing saves lives! Please follow the CDC guidelines @cdcgov to #StopTheSpread & #FlattenTheCurve Poem.’ 



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