Still going strong: First daughter Tiffany Trump and her boyfriend, Ross Mechanic, had an unusually public hang-with-the-fam weekend.

Mechanic accompanied Trump, the younger of the president's two daughters, to President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort, where he attended Easter services with President Trump and first lady Melania Trump and their son, Barron. Photographers snapped the couple — who were holding hands and smiling — as they deplaned from Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base.

Here's what we know about the first daughter's guy: Mechanic is a 22-year-old student at the University of Pennsylvania, where he met Tiffany Trump (she graduated in the spring). He's been a fixture at her side, showing up in pictures with her at New York Fashion Week in February and on vacation in Belize in March.

Maybe he avoids chatting about politics with his GF's dad — according to public records, Mechanic registered as a Democrat in 2012. And while flying Air Force One might be new to Mechanic, he's no stranger to something like the privileged, multi-home Trump lifestyle — Mechanic's dad is a top Manhattan real estate lawyer, and the family reportedly owns a place in Long Island in addition to their East Village digs.

There was no sign of Mechanic at the Easter Egg Roll on the White House lawn on Monday (maybe he had to get back to campus?), but Tiffany Trump still had backup in the form of pal Andrew Warren. The aspiring fashion designer, whose social media feed is notoriously jammed with rich-kid touchstones like designer labels and poolside cocktails, added the ultimate exclusive backdrop to his Instagrammed adventures, posting a picture of himself on Monday in front of the White House's impressive columns.

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