Sunday, January 31, 2016

Donald Trump Wife: Ivana Marie Personal life – First Stage

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In 1971, she married real estate agent Alfred Winklemeier, but they were divorced in 1973. In 1975 she left Czechoslovakia for Canada to be with a childhood friend, George Syrovatka, who owned a ski boutique there. For the following two years she lived in Montreal and worked as a model for some of Canada's top fur companies. She then left Syrovatka and moved to New York to promote the Montreal Olympics.

It was in New York that she met Donald Trump, son of prominent real estate developer Fred Trump. On April 7, 1977, she married Donald John Trump, in a lavish society wedding. Donald and Ivana Trump became leading figures in New York's high society and business during the 1980s. They set to work on several massive projects, including the construction of the Grand Hyatt Hotel, the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and the Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.

They had three children: Donald John (born December 31, 1977), Ivanka Marie (born October 30, 1981), and Eric Fredrick (born January 6, 1984). She has seven grandchildren: five from her elder son Donald Jr.: Kai Madison Trump (born May 12, 2007), Donald John Trump III (born February 18, 2009), Tristan Milos Trump (born October 2, 2011), Spencer Frederick Trump (born October 22, 2012), and Chloe Sophia Trump (born June 16, 2014), and two from her daughter Ivanka: Arabella Rose Kushner (born July 17, 2011) and Joseph Frederick Kushner (born October 14, 2013).

Trump took a major role in the Trump Organization. She became the Vice President of Interior Design for the company, spearheading the signature design of Trump Tower. Afterwards, her then husband appointed her to head up the Trump Castle Hotel and Casino as president. Trump became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1988, with Trump at her side.

Source: wikipedia

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