The details of Barron Trump’s childhood we never knew

During Donald Trump’s 4 years tenure as the president of the United States, he was always in the media, including his family.

His wife Melania Trump, Eric, Ivanka, Donald Trump Jr. all had roles to play in the White House, but his youngest son Barron Trump wasn’t seen so much as the others.

Barron lived a life of luxury while growing up, his mother Melania Trump made sure he never lacked anything and took proper care of him.

Barron Trump is known all over the world, but the 15-year-old is rarely seen beside his father. His parents wanted him to have a private life off the media and the responsibility that comes with being the son of a president, a TV personality as well as a business mogul.

Barron was born in New York on March 20, 2006. He grew up in Trump Tower in Manhattan, where he was said to have an entire floor to himself. With his father’s net worth he can have all the luxury in the world if he wanted to.

His mother, Melania Trump once revealed he so much loved planes and helicopters at a young age. Speaking about her parenting skills, she always made sure to make his breakfast and lunch as they didn’t have a traditional nanny, not like they couldn’t afford it, it was her choice.

“Barron is 9 years old. He needs somebody as a parent there, so I am with him all the time,” Melania said in a 2015 People interview. “As you know my husband is traveling all the time.”

“We keep it down to a minimum,” Trump added. “If you have too much help, you don’t get to know your children.”

“In his space, the décor style of the rest of our home is mixed with what he is into: planes and helicopters,” Melania told Parenting, as quoted by Metro.

“We let him be creative; let his imagination fly and do whatever he wants. Whatever he wants to do with his own room later on, he can do it. Whatever he wants to do with his own room he can do it. He draws on the walls, we can paint it over.”

“When he was smaller, he started drawing on the walls,” she added. “His imagination is growing and important. He draws on the walls in his playroom, we can paint it over. One day he was playing bakery and he wrote ‘Barron’s Bakery’ on the wall with crayons. He is very creative, if you say to a child ‘no, no, no,’ where does the creativity go?”

Barron is 29 years today and he seems to be doing pretty well as always. We wish him all the best.

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