Who's Who In The Donald Trump Camp

From Donald Trump Jnr and daughter Ivanka to 'mini me' Barron, who's in America's new first family (we know...)

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So Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States of America. (That sounds weird to us too.) Or at least he will be from January, onward.

But he certainly didn't get there alone.

So who are the people who stood with him on the stage at the Hilton hotel for his acceptance speech?

Whom he thanked profusely and who we will no doubt be seeing a lot more of from now on?

'To Melania and Don and Ivanka and Eric and Tiffany and Barron, I love you and I thank you, and especially for putting up with all of those hours. This was tough.

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This was tough.

This political stuff is nasty and it is tough.

So I want to thank my family very much. Really fantastic. Thank you all. Thank you all. Lara, unbelievable job. Unbelievable. Vanessa, thank you. Thank you very much. What a great group.'

'I love you and I thank you, and especially for putting up with all of those hours'

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Our favourite of the 'great group' was his 10-year-old son Barron who happened to be in shot for most of the 3am televised speech and who at times looked just a little underwhelmed by his dad's new job.

We're almost certain we saw him eye-rolling at one point. And there were definitely a few yawns.

Here's a taster of who's who in the Trump clan.

Brace yourselves. They're an eclectic bunch.

Melania Trump

Trump's third wife, Melania, 46, has already changed her Instagram handle to '@firstladymelaniatrump'.

She will be the first third wife and the first non-native English speaker to take up the role.

She is also the first First Lady to be fluent in five languages including Slovenian, Serbian and French.

Her speech to introduce her husband at The Republican National Convention wasn't a first though: it turned out she'd plagiarised it from Michelle Obama.

Donald 'Don' Trump Jnr

Eldest son of Donald and his ex-wife, the Czech model Ivana, 'Don' works at his dad's business The Trump Organization.

The 38-year-old, who has a degree in Economics, is - like father, like son - also married to a model and has five children.

Donald Trump kisses his daughter Ivanka
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Ivanka Trump

Trump's oldest daughter, 35, is often referred to as 'the apple of his eye' - Trump regularly calls her 'his favourite' - and she has been a key figure in his campaign: some have even called her 'the actual First Lady'.

An entrepreneur - she has a website #WomenWhoWork - who is also a Vice Executive President at Trump Towers along with 'Don'.

Eric Trump

Most recently making headlines for potentially breaking the law after tweeting a picture of what appeared to be his ballot card with a vote for his father, Eric is also an EVP of The Trump Organisation (#keepitinthefamily).

The 32-year-old has set up his own philanthropic organisation The Eric Trump Foundation which claims to raise money for terminally-ill children but has been embroiled in alleged scandal.

Tiffany Trump

The President-Elect's youngest daughter, 23-year-old Tiffany is Donald Trump's only child with second wife Marla Maples, an actress and TV personality.

Like her dad, she went to the University of Pennsylvania, where she was a double major in sociology and urban studies.

But her dad might not approve of her current boyfriend, Ross Mechanic, a 21-year-old software engineering student who is a registered Democrat and expressed support for Hillary Clinton.

Part of the 'Snap Pack' (as coined by The New York Times) she also released a pop song called Like a Bird when she was 17, which was praised for being catchy but slated for being heavily auto-tuned.

Thank you everyone for the sweet birthday wishes! 🎈

A photo posted by Tiffany Ariana Trump (@tiffanytrump) on

Barron Trump

The surprising star of Trump's acceptance speech, 'mini me' Barron was nearly always in shot. He also got an extra loud cheer when Donald mentioned him in his round of thanks.

It looks like he's going to need a little encouragement. Donald told People last year:-

'It's a little scary for Barron...He thinks he is going to be taken away from friends. But I tell him if this happens, Daddy will help people, and can help children like him, and that makes him happy.'

Donald Trump with his youngest son Barron
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