According to Ivana Trump’s will, her estate worth thirty-four million dollars should be divided among her children and friends. Forbes magazine noted that apart from Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric, the “biggest beneficiary” of the will is their former nanny and assistant Ivana Trump. The name of the former president of the United States does not appear in the will.
Ivana Trump, model, businesswoman and ex-wife of a billionaire, 45. president of the United States Donald Trump, died on July 14 last year at the age of 73. “Our mother was an amazing woman – a force in business, a world-class athlete, a radiant beauty and a caring mother and friend. She was fearless. She taught her children about perseverance and endurance, compassion and determination. She will be greatly missed,” wrote Ivana’s son on Facebook at the time. Trump, Eric.
Nearly six months after her death, details about Ivana Trump’s last will are coming to light. According to Forbes magazine, Trump left an estate worth $34 million, and according to her will, most of the sum “should be divided” among her children: Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric. Two properties are to go to friends of the deceased. Among them, the estate in Saint Tropez we Francewhich Ivana Trump wanted to give to her fourth ex-husband Rossano Rubicondi, but the man died before her and her friend, Evelyne Galet, will come into her possession. Donald Trump he inherited nothing.
The last will of Ivana Trump
Aside from the children, the “biggest beneficiary” of the will may be Dorothy Curry, who worked for the Trumps for decades. First as a nanny, “with a twinkle in her eye and lots of energy”, as Ivana Trump recalled in her book “Raising Trump”, then as an assistant to a businesswoman. She has had a close relationship with the Trump family over the years. According to the will, Curry will receive an apartment in Florida, with an estimated value of over $1 million. A Yorkshire terrier named Tiger should also be under her care.
Part of Ivan Trump’s wealth has been donated to charity. According to her will, all her clothes should be donated to the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army. The exception is the fur coats of the deceased – she decided to sell them and donate the proceeds to her children. The youngest son, Eric, is responsible for the management and liquidation of the estate. The will specifies that if he was unable to perform his duties, Ivana Trump’s accountant would take over.
Who was Ivan Trump
Ivana Trump was born in 1949 as Ivana Zelníčková in the town of Gottwaldov (today Zlin – ed.) in what was then Czechoslovakia. She came from a middle-class background – her father was a ski instructor. Passion for this sport also infected Ivana. The future wife of a famous businessman from an early age trained in skiing and participated in junior competitions. She also associated education with sport. In 1967, she began studying at the Faculty of Physical Culture of the Charles University in Prague. She graduated with a master’s degree in physical education.
She came to New York in the mid-1970s. It was there that she met the billionaire and then the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump. She was his first wife (they married in 1977), and the couple had three children: Donald Jr. (born 1977), Ivanka (born 1981) and Eric (born 1984).
“I’m the first lady, okay?”
Marriage in the 1980s was one of New York’s most influential couples. They decided to divorce in 1992. When Donald Trump became president, Ivana told ABC Good Morning America that “she had a straight path to the White House”, but “I don’t feel any kind of envy” towards Melania. – Because I am Donald’s first wife. I’m the first lady, okay? she argued with a laugh.
Ivana Trump died on July 14, 2022. She was 73 years old. She was found dead in her Manhattan apartment. The cause of death was chest injuries sustained in the accident. Donald Trump immediately reacted to the death of his ex-wife, writing on his social network: “I am very saddened that I have to inform all those who loved her, and there are many.”
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