By J.G. Noll

As Sasha and Malia Obama leave the White House for the last time, Barron Trump will not be occupying one of the bedrooms at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. During the election, the public’s access to Barron was very guarded, so Americans aren’t as familiar with him as they are with the children of past presidents. That doesn’t mean we can’t get to know Barron a little better. Here are 11 things you might not know about the newest First Child:

1. The last First Kid who was a boy was John F. Kennedy, Jr.

President Kennedy claps as his four-year-old daughter Caroline and son John F. Kennedy Jr from Flickr via Wylio
© 2003 thesmuggler- Night of the Swallow”, Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio

2. He’s President Donald Trump’s fifth child.

Donald Trump from Flickr via Wylio
© 2011 Gage Skidmore, Flickr | CC-BY-SA | via Wylio

3. Barron has four half-siblings and is the only son of Trump and Melania. 

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4. His middle name is William.

Meet America’s newest First Kid, Barron Trump
(Photo: Wikimedia)

5.  His mom nicknamed him “Little Donald” because he has a similar personality to his father’s.

“Life is partly what we make it, and partly what it is made by the friends we choose.” from Flickr via Wylio
© 2011 Kate Ter Haar, Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio

6.  His mother used to rub caviar lotion into his skin after his bath.

IXS_9413 from Flickr via Wylio
© 2009 Leon Brocard, Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio

7. Barron lives on his own floor of Trump Tower and is allowed to (and does) draw on the walls. 

Trump Tower from Flickr via Wylio
© 2012 Brad, Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio

8. He speaks Slovene, his Slovenian mother’s native language.

Slovenia from Flickr via Wylio
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9. He plays baseball, golf, and tennis. He also enjoys chess.

chess pieces from Flickr via Wylio
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10. Barron will not live at the White House… at least not until the end of the school year. He and the First Lady will stay in New York City so he can live in Trump Tower and continue attending school.

White House from Flickr via Wylio
© 2010 angela n., Flickr | CC-BY | via Wylio

11. He attends a private school on the Upper West Side. (And tuition is $45,000 a year!)

Manhattan Bridge from Flickr via Wylio
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