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April 2, 2024

Easter brunch photos and videos show Barron Trump's immense height in comparison to his parents and siblings

While Barron Trump is the youngest of former President Donald Trump's five children, he is also the tallest, as was plainly evident during a recent event at the Mar-a-Lago resort where he resides in Florida with his father and mother, former first lady Melania Trump.

As seen in pictures and videos taken during Easter brunch on Sunday, the reportedly 6-foot-7-inch Barron appeared to tower over the more diminutive frame of his reportedly 5-foot-11-inch mother, according to the New York Post.

The young Trump's height advantage in comparison to his mother was obvious, even as her own height was bolstered by the exceptionally tall stilleto heels she wore as part of her outfit for the holiday gathering.

Barron towers over Melania in video of their arrival for Mar-a-Lago's Easter brunch

An X account that follows and reports on the activities of and news about the former first lady shared pictures and a video on Sunday of her arrival at the Mar-a-Lago Easter Brunch, during which she was flanked on either side by her son, Barron, and her father, Viktor Knav.

In a separate post, the account noted in the caption on a couple of photos of the arrival that "Melania is wearing a beautiful white Alaia dress with light pink Manolo Blahnik BB pumps today" and also commented on how "handsome" the former first son Barron looked in a navy blue suit and a yellow tie.

Multiple other videos posted from Sunday's Easter brunch event

The yellow tie that Barron Trump wore appeared to be part of a theme for the day, as former President Trump was also spotted wearing yellow at one point during the day's festivities.

A brief video clip was posted to X by Trump's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, who is married to Trump's middle son, Eric, that showed a relaxed former president wearing a white polo shirt and yellow "Make America Great Again" hat while giving hugs to two of his grandchildren, Eric Jr. and Carolina.

That moment likely occurred later in the day after the Easter Brunch had concluded, as other videos from during the celebratory event showed Trump wearing his signature outfit of a navy blue suit with a red tie while greeting his many guests and club members.

Barron, now 18, getting ready to graduate high school and attend college

According to The Palm Beach Post, former first son Barron Trump turned 18 last month, is expected to graduate from high school in May, and is reportedly getting ready to attend college in the fall.

It is unclear where he plans to go or whether his mother will move to the same destination to continue supporting him, as some reports have suggested she may do.

It is also not known what Barron intends to study in college, though he is said to have expressed an interest in computer science, or whether he will play any sports. His height would seem to suggest that he could play basketball, but the former first son is reportedly more of a fan of soccer, and even spent a season in 2017 playing midfield for Major League Soccer club D.C. United's Under-12 team.

Barron is the tallest Trump

As for Barron's exceptional height, The Palm Beach Post confirmed that, at 6-foot-7, he is the tallest of the immediate Trump family, towering over both his father, at 6-foot-3, and his mother, at 5-foot-11.

He is also taller than all of his siblings, as older brothers Don Jr. and Eric stand at 6-foot-1 and 6-foot-5, respectively, while his two older sisters, Ivanka and Tiffany, are listed at 5-foot-11 and 5-foot-8.

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