As her father’s presidency comes to an official end with his last night in the White House, Tiffany Trump has announced that she is engaged to her longtime boyfriend Michael Boulos—and the Rose Garden at the home of the President served as the location for the proposal.

The daughter President Trump had with his second wife, Marla Maples, took to Instagram to announce the news on Tuesday, which also marks the final full day of her father’s only term as President. Page Six reports that the proposal took place in the Rose Garden her stepmother, Melania Trump, famously redecorated last year, over the weekend.

“it has been an honor to celebrate many milestones, historic occasions and create memories with my family here at the White House, none more special than my engagement to my amazing fiancé Michael!” she captioned her post. “Feeling blessed and excited for the next chapter.”

However, while Trump and members of her family expressed excitement over the news that she was going to marry Boulos, who she began to date in 2018, Twitter had some other thoughts about the news.

Some felt the timing of the announcement was bizarre, as well as the choice of location for the proposal and photo, since the family was no longer going to be residing there one day after the announcement.

Others also found the financial aspect—Boulos comes from a wealthy family—hilarious, noting that there were several ways they could see things being worked out in that regard.

Others thought Boulos’ heritage was something that was sure to piss off her father, since he was born in Lebanon, and some also felt it was a shame that the engagement came now since he actually sounded like an interesting person.

There were also those who commented on the fact that her father has preferred her older sister, Ivanka, and once again joked that they weren’t sure he knew exactly who she was or how she was related to him.

Tiffany did find some support of course online, with her sister commenting on both her post and Boulos’ sharing her excitement and support.

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Tiffany Trump arrives to attend the State of the Union address at the US Capitol in Washington, D.C., Feb. 5, 2019. Getty Images/Saul Loeb