“They’ve sent staff home,” an insider at the luxurious club dished. “Tiffany is still there. Some guests came in for the week, and they had all these things planned. It was going to be a whole over-the-top thing. They had to cancel events today and canceled a golf outing for tomorrow. Everyone is stuck inside.”
In addition, on Wednesday, November 9, the Palm Beach International Airport canceled all flights. Unfortunately for Tiffany and her billionaire heir groom, the club will not reopen until Friday evening, just before the engaged duo's guests are set to arrive.
“Friday is supposed to be a welcome dinner and they aren’t sure it’s going to happen … Tiffany is flipping out," the source explained of the event, which is said to host 500 guests from all over the world.
Hurricane Nicole will reportedly turn into a Category 1 hurricane by the time it makes landfall in Florida. However, Donald Trump's property is located in “the National Hurricane Center’s forecast cone of uncertainty."
“Forecasters aren’t anticipating the storm to strike Mar-a-Lago,” but “are expecting at least some wind and rain from the storm for the location," according to a weather report.
As OK! previously shared, the political offspring and Boulos obtained a marriage license earlier this week, which will be valid for 60 days, should they have to postpone the ceremony.
The possibly derailed wedding is another blow to the former president after a huge election blow on Tuesday, November 8, after his backed Republican candidates lost their races. According to to CNN reporter Jim Acosta, a close Trump adviser said the businessman was "livid" and "screaming at everyone" after seeing the results.
Page Six spoke to the source familiar with the Mar-a-Lago estate.
Newsweek reported the storm prediction.