The last will and testament of a deceased socialite at the moment are publicly available – and really personal.
Ivana Trump, who died last July after falling down the steps of her Manhattan home, rigorously divided her fortune before her death.
Probate files reviewed by Initiate show that the 73-year-old left most of her estate to 3 children – Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka and Eric – a $1 million Miami Beach, Florida apartment for her former nanny and a zilch for her ex-husband, the previous president.
Nanny also got her dog.
“I give and bequeath my dog, Tiger Trump, and another pets I can have on the time of my death to my friend Susanna Dorothy Curry,” the document reads. Ivana even prepared measures in case Curry died before her: if that happened, Tiger would go to Eric.
Curry worked for the Trump family According to Newsweek, over the a long time. Ivana even wrote about Curry in her 2017 book Raising Trump – recalling how she began working as a nanny for the family “with a twinkle in her eye and plenty of nervous energy.” Later, when the kids grew up, Curry worked as Ivana’s assistant.
Newsweek added that Curry, who’s from Ireland, has an address in Queens – though it isn’t clear if she still lives there. The Post tried to contact Curry; the number related to it was out of service.
But despite living in America, Curry’s Irish roots remained firm, and the Irish Mirror reported it in 2016 took Trump’s children on trips to his homeland.
As for the apartment, the Miami Beach unit has an estimated value of $1.12 million, in accordance with Redfin, where the bio describes the one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment as measuring just over 1,000 square feet. It was reportedly in-built 2001 and was last purchased for $635,000 in 2009.
Ivana’s other notable events include a request to donate her wardrobe to the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army. Her entire wardrobe, that’s, excluding a group of furs and jewellery, which she asked on the market, with the profit intended for her children.
Although Donald Trump didn’t receive a dime, Ivana granted him – along together with her adult children – joint control of their properties, that are estimated to be price tens of millions. They include an estate in Bohemia, an estate in France, and her gold-plated townhouse on the Upper East Side. This 20-meter spread in Manhattan hit the market in November for $26.5 million.