Barron Trump has almost instantly become the most high-profile 10-year-old on the planet, and being the son of the future President of the United States comes with a little bit of baggage. While Barron and his mother are not expected to move into the White House immediately, they’re still getting heavy security, and last weekend the youngest son of the president-elect was hanging out in Mar-A-Lago with friends when photographers managed to snag a few pictures of him.
TMZ reported that the Secret Service is expected to need “more than 920 agents to protect the President-elect, his kids, their spouses and his grandkids.” Eyewitnesses told the gossip website that the lawn of Trump’s Florida estate was crawling with security both on land and by water. The estate poses a particularly difficult security threat, since it is accessible by water. Trump has mostly stayed away from the resort since the election, instead holding court in his tower on 5th Avenue. The only time he has left the skyscraper was to have dinner with his family, a move that left the media behind and was the topic of wide discussion.