Barron Trump Towers Over His Family in Viral Photo at Mar-a-Lago

Barron Trump, the youngest son of former President Trump, looked really tall in a Christmas photo with his family at Mar-a-Lago.

Barron was standing behind his dad and was taller than him by a few inches. People on social media were surprised to see how tall Barron has gotten since they don't see him often.

“Imagine having a family photo like this,” MMA fighter Malcolm Flex shared on X.

Benny Johnson joked about Barron Trump's height. He wrote, "What are they feeding Barron?!?" This was because Barron looked really tall in a photo. People found it funny and surprising.

In the Christmas photo with Barron and his dad, Donald Trump, there were other family members too. Donald Jr. (45) and Ivanka (42), Trump's oldest kids with his late ex-wife Ivana, were there. Tiffany, 30, whose mom is Trump's other ex-wife Marla Maples, was also in the picture.

Some of Trump's grandkids were in the photo. Arabella Rose (12), Joseph Frederick (10), and Theodore James (7) were there with their dad, Jared Kushner, who is married to Ivanka.

Donald Jr.'s fiancée, Kimberly Guilfoyle, and his son Donald John III (15), with his ex-wife Vanessa Haydon, joined the celebration. Guilfoyle's son Ronan Anthony Villency was also there.

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