The president's youngest daughter is moving to Washington, D.C. Tiffany Trump is planning to take up law at Georgetown in the fall, where she has been accepted as part of the class of 2020.

Tiffany finished sociology and urban studies at the University Of Pennsylvania before she applied to the law school located in Northwest Washington, D.C. In August 2016, she expressed her intent to pursue her studies when she posted a photo of her LSAT books. She was also said to be looking into other universities, such as Columbia in New York, before finally settling on Georgetown.

Georgetown ranks as the 15th best law program in America. A spokesperson, however, refused to comment on reports about Tiffany attending classes in the fall. Student orientation is set for Aug. 21 and classes will immediately begin the following week. Georgetown is also the alma mater of her brother Eric, who received his Bachelor's Degree in Finance and Management from the university in 2006. "I am so proud of Tiffany," Eric told Daily Mail. "Georgetown University is a truly amazing school and she is going to love her time in Washington DC."

Keeping a low-profile

Older sister Ivanka, who's now a presidential adviser at the White House, also attended said institution before moving to the University of Pennsylvania to earn her degree.

But unlike Ivanka, Tiffany has kept a low-profile ever since her dad became the president. Some of the only functions Tiffany has done for the White House include attending the annual Easter Egg Roll. She was also at the Wounded Warriors event last April and met with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during the commemoration of the Battle of the Coral Sea.

Tiffany as a child

Tiffany is the only daughter of actress and TV personality Marla Maples, who was married to Donald Trump for six years. As a child, she mostly grew up in California with her mom while her father lived in New York and managed his real estate business. She worked as a Vogue intern and also had modeling stints.

The internet has dubbed her as one of the "rich kids of Instagram."

Tiffany tried her hand at singing as well by releasing a single. She did not pursue a music career. She is close to her older sister, who witnessed her graduation from college. Tiffany talked during the Republican convention about being nervous about talking in front of the crowd. But as she pursues a career in law, public speaking and public service could become her biggest strengths.