Donald Trump’s ex-wife, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 73 in New York City. The former US president’s first wife, Ivana Trump, was honored by Trump on his social media network Truth Social. Ivana Trump has gone away in her New York City residence, I am deeply grieved to notify all of her many fans, of which there are many. She lived a remarkable and inspiring life and was a nice, gorgeous, and amazing woman. “Her three children, Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric, were her joy and pleasure,” he stated. She was incredibly proud of them, just as we all were of her. Peace be there with you, Ivana. Ivana, who was married to Trump for the second time in 1977, was born and raised in the former Czechoslovakia under Communist government.
A very public divorce was granted to the couple in 1992. The former president’s affair with Marla Maples, who would later became his second wife, resulted in the collapse of their marriage. Her family issued a statement about the “wonderful woman” and verified the news of her passing to ABC News. According to the family, “Our mother was an exceptional woman. She was a force in business, a world-class athlete, a radiant beauty, and a loving mother and friend. “Ivana Trump was a survivor. She came to our country after leaving communism. She instilled in her kids a sense of compassion, tenacity, and perseverance. “Her mother, her three children, and her ten grandchildren will all sincerely miss her.”
Just after 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, paramedics responded to reports of a lady in cardiac arrest in Manhattan and discovered a 73-year-old woman in Ivana Trump’s Upper East Side apartment, according to the New York City Fire Department. An ABC News reporter claims that Ivana was discovered lifeless and unresponsive at the foot of a flight of stairs in her Manhattan apartment. Police said there were no indications of a crime, but they are still looking into whether she fell and whether the incident had any role in her demise. In due course, the cause of her death will be determined by the medical examiner’s office. Ivana spent years as a senior executive in Trump’s corporate empire before being named CEO of Trump’s Castle in Atlantic City.
After their divorce, she wrote a number of best-selling books and launched her own clothing line. She also assisted with the interior design of the Grand Hyatt Hotel and Trump Tower. She also developed into an icon in her own right, exuding elegance and grace from the 1980s, replete with accent and her distinctive beehive hairstyle. Eventually, she would make an appearance in the 1996 smash hit The First Wives Club, where she would utter the now-famous quote, “Ladies, you have to be tough and independent, and remember, don’t get furious, get everything.”
Ivana discussed her tight relationship with her children in her 2017 biography, Raising Trump. It read, “I had breakfast with my kids every day, no matter how busy I was. “I ate dinner with them every night and assisted them with their schoolwork (I liked algebra) before I left for a charity rubber-chicken event dressed in a Versace gown. I shared my joys, my sorrows, and my travels with the children. Our most priceless possession was and remains our bond. Ivana Trump and her ex-husband had recently enjoyed good relations. They communicated once a week, according to what she stated in her book from 2017.
She admitted to being the former president’s supporter and advisor to the New York Post in 2016. She told the newspaper, “I recommend a few things. “He asks me what I thought after the appearances when we speak before and after the appearances.” She claimed to have given him the advice to “be more calm.” But Donald can’t remain composed, she said. He is pretty vocal. He just says things as they are. Born Ivana Zelnková was born in Czechoslovakia in 1949 and left the then-communist nation in 1971 after being married to an Austrian ski instructor. Ivana separated from him a year after obtaining Austrian citizenship, and she later relocated to California and New York before starting her modeling career.