First lady Melania Trump took the two youngest Trump children bowling on the afternoon of April 10 in New York City.
Barron, 11, and Tiffany, 23, were accompanied by the first lady and about 30 Secret Service agents as they left the Bowlmor Lanes at the Chelsea Pier, reports the Daily Mail. Earlier in the day, Melania had picked up Barron from Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School.
The family spent about two hours at the upscale bowling alley, which features high-end decor and staff to serve food at the lanes. It also has other activities, including laser tag.
The parent company, Bowlmor AMF, is described in a press release as "the largest operator of bowling centers in the world, with 250 domestic locations and 8 locations in Mexico that specialize in corporate and special events, as well as league and walk-in retail bowling. The company was created in 2013 following the merger of Bowlmor, an upscale bowling and entertainment company, and AMF Bowling Worldwide, which was at the time the world's largest owner and operator of bowling centers."
As the Trumps left Bowlmor and headed toward their blacked-out SUVs that waited outside, they were spotted with a dark-haired woman in a camouflage jacket, who is rumored to be Barron's nanny.
The Trumps have denied having a nanny for Barron, but there is speculation one was brought into the family due to Melania's multiple roles now that she is first lady.
Barron has rarely been seen outside of Manhattan, where he and his mother have been living at Trump Tower ever since President Donald Trump moved into the White House. The mother and son will stay there until June, reports TMZ.
Since his father's election, Barron's media exposure has been largely negative. The media focus on him began with his apparent inability to pay attention during the inauguration.
The most notable critique of that day came from "Saturday Night Live" writer Katie Rich. "Barron will be this country's first homeschool shooter," she joked.
Rich was suspended for her remark, after which she tweeted an apology: "I sincerely apologize for the insensitive tweet. I deeply regret my actions and offensive words. It ws inexcusable & I'm so sorry."
Even an award-winning photo of Barron on Inauguration Day cast him in a less than positive light. The photo shows him staring out the window of first family's limousine as it drives down Pennsylvania Avenue, as reported by the website Reading The Pictures. The picture, entitled "Barron," won an award sponsored by the White House News Photographers Association.