Melania Trump has recently made headlines not for a dive into political engagements, but for her focused attention on her son Barron’s future. Despite her joint appearance with Donald Trump at a Mar-a-Lago Halloween event — their first public sighting since Easter — sources close to Melania insist her true dedication lies elsewhere.
An insider revealed to the Irish Times, in an article that’s regained attention, that Melania’s primary campaign is far from political. Her main objective is supporting Barron in his college search, a task she pursues with devotion, away from the public eye and within her trusted inner circle.
Currently a student at Palm Beach’s Oxbridge Academy, Barron Trump navigates his high school experience under the unique circumstances of Secret Service protection, with his graduation on the horizon in 2024. Despite the $34,800 annual tuition, Oxbridge staff have praised the minimal disruption caused by security protocols, according to People magazine.
President Trump has shared his pride in Barron’s academic performance, expressing hopes for his son to attend the University of Pennsylvania, his own alma mater.
Amid these family-oriented plans, there were rumors earlier in the year, sourced by Page Six, of Melania renegotiating her prenuptial agreement. This move was reportedly aimed at ensuring Barron’s secured trust fund, particularly in light of the legal entanglements facing his father.
An anonymous source claimed the renegotiation was not just about an increase in settlement money, but also to guarantee a specified minimum inheritance for Barron, emphasizing the family’s focus on securing his financial future amidst uncertain times.