As you watch the 2016 Republican National Convention, you've probably noticed that Donald Trump's children have been playing a major role. So far, we've seen Don Jr., Eric and Tiffany take to the podium in support of their father. Tonight, the GOP nominee will be introduced by his oldest daughter Ivanka... arguably the most well-known of Donald Trump's children.
The Trump kids are telegenic. They are smart. And so far this convention, they've done a lot to humanize their father. However, while we've come to know them a bit more this week, you may be wondering which children come from which of Donald Trump's highly publicized marriages.
Donald Trump has had three wives: Ivana Trump (née Zelnickova, married from 1977-1992), Marla Maples (1993-1999), and Melania Trump (née Knauss, since 2005).
His three oldest and most recognizable children (a.k.a. the ones you've seen on "The Apprentice" all these years) -- Donald Jr., 38; Ivanka 34; and Eric, 32 -- are from his marriage to Ivana.
His youngest daughter Tiffany, 22, comes from his marriage to Marla Maples. And, of course, his youngest son, 10-year-old Barron, is Melania's child.