He was thrust into the headlines two years ago when his dad became President of the United States of America, but Donald Trump’s son Barron now looks totally unrecognisable.
The 13-year-old stepped out for a rare public outing with his mum, Melania Trump, and his dad, Donald Trump, as they returned to the White House after spending two weeks at Trump’s golf club in New Jersey.
But people can’t get over how tall the teenager is, especially considering he towers over his dad, who is 6ft 2in.
Wearing a black Ralph Lauren T-shirt and matching black trousers, Barron mainly looked down at the ground, only looking up to whisper something to his dad, who could be seen waving at waiting photographers.
Barron finished off his outfit with a thick silver chain around his neck and a pair of white Nike runners.
NBA scouts looking at Barron Trump like. pic.twitter.com/J609HvN9lc
— Cameron King (@camking412) August 19, 2019
Barron Trump is taller than Donald now??? pic.twitter.com/3nPxEuH9zH
— David Rudin (@DavidSRudin) August 19, 2019
In November last year, fans went into meltdown when Barron was seen walking into the White House alongside his parents after the Thanksgiving holidays.
People couldn’t get over how tall the teenager appeared in the snaps and took to their accounts to chat about his sudden growth spurt.
Jeez, how tall is Barron? President Trump is 6’3” right?
— StephenofTexas,Nationalist (@stephenjakedunn) November 26, 2018
Baron Trump has grown fast..he is tall
— ginny howard (@GinnyHoward) November 22, 2018
— heather hardesty (@heatherhardest) November 26, 2018
Of the President’s five children, Barron is the only one who still lives at home, and even prior to the family’s introduction to the White House, First Lady Melania made it clear that her priority would be to take care of him.
In fact, he and Melania stayed in New York until mid way through the President’s first year in office so that Barron could finish the school year without moving state.
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