Barron Trump Biography

Barron Trump is the son of U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.

Who Is Barron Trump?

Barron William Trump was born in New York City on March 20, 2006, to former model Melania Trump and U.S. President and real estate mogul Donald Trump. Barron is the couple’s only child and the only one of the president’s offspring residing with him in the White House. His mother, Melania, told ABC News that the youngest Trump likes wearing a suit every day—he is "not a sweatpants child." Also, like his famous father, he enjoys golfing a lot.

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Barron Trump joins his father U.S. President Donald Trump as he makes remarks before pardoning the National Thanksgiving Turkey with National Turkey Federation Chairman Carl Wittenburg and his family in the Rose Garden at the White House November 21, 2017 in Washington, DC.

Early Childhood

Having grown up inside of Trump Tower in New York City, where he has an entire floor to himself, Barron has always known a life of luxury. In an interview with Parenting, Melania revealed that Barron really liked planes and helicopters when he was little and that, as a hands-on mom, she cooked his breakfast and prepared his lunches. She also believed in encouraging his creativity—even when he would draw on the walls. “His imagination is growing and important,” she said. “If he draws on the walls in his playroom, we can paint it over.”

Life at the White House

Barron and Melania stayed at Trump Tower for almost the first five months of Donald Trump's presidency, so that Barron could finish out the year at the Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School on the Upper West Side. He and his mom moved into the White House on June 11, 2017, and he now attends St. Andrew's Episcopal, a prep school in Maryland.

Barron is the first President's son to live in the White House since John F. Kennedy Jr. in 1963. Although he stays out of the spotlight for the most part, he has turned up for some of the White House’s fun holiday-themed events in 2017, including the annual Easter Egg Roll in April, where he joined his parents in signing cards for members of the American Armed Forces. He also supported his father’s pardoning of the turkeys before Thanksgiving and soon after, stepped out with his mom on the North Portico to receive the official Christmas tree from Wisconsin, which went up on display in the White House's Blue Room.

Nicknamed “Little Donald”

“He is a mixture of us in looks, but his personality is why I call him little Donald,” Melania told Parenting. “He is a very strong-minded, very special, smart boy. He is independent and opinionated and knows exactly what he wants.”

She also noted that Barron has spent a lot quality time with his father, mostly at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, where they would play golf, eat dinner together, and enjoy family time. Also like his famous father, he does have a Twitter account reserved in his name: @BARRONTRUMP. However, despite its thousands of followers, he hasn't tweeted anything yet.

Skills and Interests

Thanks to his Slovenian mom, Barron is already fluent in both English and Slovene and is also learning French.

Though he’s a long way off from officially joining the family’s real estate business, Barron does like to build cities and airports using Legos and Magna Tiles, but he has his own aesthetic. "He likes clean and white," Melania told Parenting. “He builds big projects. He has a big imagination and it’s very impressive. He loves to build something and tear it down and build something else. He is very detailed at drawing. We travel often and he remembers everything he sees.”

Modern Family

As the youngest of the president’s five children, Barron has four half siblings: Don Jr., Ivanka and Eric, as well as his younger half-sister, Tiffany, from Trump's marriage to Marla Maples. He has six nephews — Theodore James Kushner, Donald Trump III, Joseph Frederick Kushner, Tristan Milos Trump, Spencer Frederick Trump and Eric Luke Trump — and three nieces — Arabella Rose Kushner, Chloe Sophia Trump and Kai Madison Trump, who is just one year his junior. 

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