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What You Need to Know About Donald Trump’s 22-Year-Old Daughter Tiffany

July 20, 2016, 3:46 PM UTC

Move over Ivanka—another Trump daughter is stepping into the spotlight.

On Tuesday night, Tiffany Trump delivered a primetime speech at the Republican National Convention. The recent graduate—she attended her father’s alma mater, the University of Pennsylvania—opened by copping to anxiety about being the youngest person on the stage. “Please excuse me if I’m a little nervous,” she said, before explaining that the evening’s audience (an estimated 10 million people) was the biggest group she’d ever addressed.

The youngest daughter of the GOP nominee painted her father in an atypically soft light, calling him “a natural-born encourager” and subtly making the case that the Donald Trump we see on screen is very different than the one she knows. “In person, my dad is so friendly, so considerate, so funny and so real,” she said.

Political pundits generally approved of her remarks. The New York Times called her speech “heartfelt” and “effective,” while Bloomberg described Trump as “very poised.”

Yet the 22-year-old is not as disconnected from her father’s world of wealth and power as her speech might have you believe. According to an April NYT article, the billionaire’s daughter is part of a group of “young, wealthy and itinerant” socialites that the publication dubs the “Snap Pack.” Her social circle includes Kyra Kennedy, daughter of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and Gaia Matisse, the great-great-granddaughter of the painter Henri Matisse.

Her social media accounts, too, aren’t exactly those of a typical young college kid. Her Instagram is filled with photos of exotic destinations and fancy cars that would make other @richkidsofinstagram jealous.

There are also modeling shots—lots of modeling shots. Trump walked in her first New York Fashion Week show this past Spring, modeling for her fellow Snap Pack member, the Just Drew designer Andrew Warren.

In addition to her fledgling modeling career, Trump has also dabbled in music. Her single, “Like a Bird,” was released in 2011 and is still available on Amazon music.

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So what can we expect from the young graduate after her father’s campaign is over? While her older half-siblings Ivanka, Donald Jr., and Eric (she is the only child of Donald Trump and Marla Maples) are currently EVPs at the Trump Organization, Tiffany says she wants to go to law school. Perhaps we’ll see her at the podium again sooner rather than later.