The late socialite’s last will and testament is now in the public record — and it’s very personal.
ivana trump, who passed away last july After falling down the stairs of his Manhattan home, he carefully divided his possessions before his death.
probate record reviewed by insider Show that the 73-year-old left most of her wealth to her three children — Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka and Eric — in a $1 million Miami Beach, Florida apartment to her former nanny, and absolutely none to her ex-husband the president.
Nani also got her dog.
The document read, “I bequeath my dog, Tiger Trump, and any other pets to my friend Susanna Dorothy Curry at the time of my death.” Ivana also made provisions for the case of Curry’s death before him: if it were to happen, Tiger would go to Erik.
Curry worked for the trump family According to Newsweek, over the course of decades. Ivana also wrote about curry in her 2017 book.raising trump“- she remembers starting out working as a nanny for the family” with a twinkle in her eye and lots of nervous energy. Later, after the children were grown, Curry worked as Ivana’s assistant.
Newsweek said Curry, who is from Ireland, has a residential address in Queens – although it is unclear whether she still lives there. The Post tried to reach Curry; A number connected to it was out of service.
But despite living in America, Curry’s Irish roots held tight, and the Irish Mirror reported in 2016 she took the trump kids On visits to his native country.
As for apartments, the Miami Beach unit has an estimated price of $1.12 million, according to Redfin, where a bio describes the one bedroom, one bathroom condo as measuring more than 1,000 square feet. It was reportedly built in 2001, and was last purchased in 2009 for $635,000.
Other highlights of Ivana’s will include her request that her wardrobe be donated to The American Red Cross and Salvation Army. All her wardrobe, i.e. except her fur collection and jewelry, she requested to be sold, with any profits going to her children.
Although Donald Trump didn’t receive a penny, Ivana granted him — along with their grown children — co-control of her real estate assets, which are estimated to be worth millions. These include a Czech Republic estate, a French estate and his gilded Upper East Side townhouse. That 20-foot-wide Manhattan spread hit the market in November for $26.5 million.