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Donald Trump has spent his final night in The White House, and will tomorrow wake up with very, very different surroundings.
His term as America's 45th President has come to an end, and he's handed the reins over to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Trump and his wife Melania have a number of homes to choose from in terms of where to make their post-Washington base, but it seems most of the family are heading to Florida.
It's believed that the outgoing President will move back into his huge Sunshine State estate, Mar-a-Lago.
At the end of last year, there were reports that Trump is having his apartment renovated and Melania was looking at schools in the area for their 14-year-old son, Barron.
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However, it seems his Florida neighbours aren't overly happy at the idea, and they're said to have sent him a letter reminding him it's a social club and isn't allowed to be a permanent home, reports the Guardian.
They claim he can only stay for short periods, which may explain why Melania is believed to be house hunting in the area.
According to the New York Times, she's looking at Jupiter, which is just north of Palm Beach.
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There have also been reports that the couple are looking to move because Mar-a-Lago isn't big enough of them.
The living space is believed to be about 2,000 square feet and has separate bedrooms, offices and living rooms for Donald and Melania.
A source told Page Six: "Melania and Trump are talking to brokers about buying a house in Palm Beach, or nearby, as the living space at Mar-a-Lago isn’t big enough, and there could be some potential conflicts."
Where the rest of the Trump family will live
It's not just Donald's life that will completely change tomorrow, and his family will also have some readjusting to do.
But there are reports that his chaotic and crisis filled Presidency has caused some trouble for his loved ones.
His eldest children, Don Jr, Eric, Ivanka and more recently Tiffany have become social outcasts among their once elite circles.
The Trump family have been heavily involved in their dad's presidency
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They all now plan to leave Manhattan for Florida.
This week it was revealed Don Jr, 43, and his caterwauling girlfriend Kimberley Guilfoye will be following in the footsteps of his younger sister Ivanka moving to the Sunshine State.
“There is no way they can stay in New York. They’d be tortured in the streets,” a source close to the family told one US newspaper.
Junior is looking at homes in Jupiter becoming neighbours of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Celine Dion.
The area is an hour and a half away from Indian Creek Island, where Jared Kushner, 40, and Ivanka Trump, 39, just bought £22 million plot.
Tiffany Trump, 27, is also looking to move to Miami.