As the president’s daughter, Tiffany Trump has a Secret Service team to keep her safe — but on Monday evening she was the one doing the saving.
The 24-year-old law student at Georgetown University was photographed protectively putting her hand on her Secret Service agent’s arm as they crossed the street together on New York’s Upper West Side.
Tiffany is home for the holidays after finishing up her first semester of law school last week, and she was on her way to meet her mother, Marla Maples, for dinner at the Atlantic Grill by Lincoln Center.
Watch out: Tiffany Trump offered her Secret Service agent a protective arm while they were crossing the street in New York on Monday evening
Enjoying the job: The 24-year-old and the agent had bright smiles on their faces as they walked to a nearby drugstore together
Before heading to the restaurant, she and the agent were walking to a nearby Duane Reade when she put a protective arm on him while they watched for oncoming traffic.
Tiffany was bundled up in a cozy, cream turtleneck, a knee-length wool coat, and black skinny pants for her night out on the town.
She accessorized her outfit with high-heel booties and a black crossbody bag that she wore slung over one shoulder.
The president’s youngest daughter held her cellphone in her hand during the short jaunt, and she and her Secret Service agent had bright smiles on their faces as they crossed the street together.
Quick errand: Tiffany was seen shopping at a local Duane Reade before meeting her mother, Marla Maples, for dinner
Keeping warm: Tiffany was bundled up in a cozy, cream turtleneck, a knee-length wool coat, and black skinny pants for her night out on the town
Last stop: Tiffany’s next stop was dinner with her mom, and it took six Secret Service agents in a three car convoy to get her to the American Grill by Lincoln Center
Tiffany’s long blonde hair was blown out, and she donned a headband to keep her long locks off her face.
The first daughter wore minimal jewelry aside from the dainty pearl earrings in her ears.
The agent accompanying was casually dressed in a warm jacket, a plaid button-down shirt that he wore untucked, jeans, and sneakers.
After stopping in Duane Reade, Tiffany was seen leaving the store with a white plastic bag containing her purchase.
Tiffany’s next stop was dinner with her mom, and it took six Secret Service agents in a three car convoy to get her to the restaurant.
Let it snow: Tiffany, who finished her first semester of law school at Georgetown University last week, took a study break earlier this month to enjoy the first snowfall in Washington, D.C.
Family time: Tiffany posed for a photo with her half-sister Ivanka Trump while attending the National Christmas Tree Lighting this month
The protection of President Trump’s large family has strained the Secret Service budget this year due to their frequent travels and multiple residences, and in August Secret Service Director Randolph ‘Tex’ Alles said about 1,100 agents were going to hit their overtime allowance caps for the year.
Earlier this month, the House passed legislation to ensure that the agents are paid for overtime after the Secret Service reached its spending limits this year while watching over Trump and his family.
Tiffany is closer to her father and her half-sister Ivanka Trump now that she is going to school in Washington, D.C., and she happily attended the National Christmas Tree Lighting with her family a few weeks ago.
However, her mother Marla, Trump’s second ex-wife, is undoubtedly happy to be spending some quality time with her only child over the holiday season.
The 54-year-old mom appeared to be feeling nostalgic this month, as she shared a few throwback photos of her little girl celebrating Christmas.
Nostalgia: Tiffany’s mother Marla, 54, shared this throwback photo of herself posed with her daughter last week
Feeling festive: Marla also took to Instagram earlier this month to post a throwback photo of herself holding Tiffany while she and her late mother, Ann, sat on Santa’s lap
All smiles: This Thanksgiving, Marla and Tiffany posed for a photo with their friends Tara Sutphen (far right) and her daughter Cheyenne Van Zutphen (center, right)
One snapshot that was shared on Instagram sees Marla and her daughter sporting matching red turtlenecks while riding one of Tiffany’s toys when she was a little girl.
The mother-of-one also recently posted a heartwarming photo of herself holding Tiffany while she and her late mother, Ann, sat on Santa’s lap.
Marla paid tribute to both her mom and daughter when she captioned the image, writing: ‘#tbt to a precious moment with Mom (our dearest angel of Christmas), a man called “Santa” and this littlest bit of Holiday Magic @tiffanytrump who brings the Joy!’
The picture appears to have been taken in the mid-’90s, when now-24-year-old Tiffany was about two years old.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Marla happily shared photos of herself enjoying her time with her little girl.
In one photo, Marla and Tiffany are posed with their friends Tara Sutphen and her daughter Cheyenne Van Zutphen.
‘Catching the light of the most beautiful fall day #momsanddaughters friends through time making new memories. So grateful for these girls,’ Marla wrote.