A day after her ex-husband and former President Donald Trump announced the death of Ivana Trump, the New York City chief medical examiner has ruled that the socialite died from a blunt impact to her torso as a result of a fall.
After answering a call about a woman in cardiac arrest, paramedics discovered the 73-year-old under the stairs at her home on New York’s Upper East Side, and she died on the spot.
Ivana and Donald Trump were married from 1977 to 1992, when they began a bitter, high-profile divorce. (In a memorable cameo in the 1996 film First Wives ClubShe quipped, “Don’t be crazy, get everything.”) However, they shared three children – Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric – and had become friends again over the years.
It was Donald Trump who announced his death in a statement on his Truth social platform: “I am deeply saddened to inform all those who loved him, of whom there are many, that Ivana Trump died in New York City. She has passed away at home. Donald Trump wrote in a post on his social media platform Truth Social. “She was a wonderful, beautiful and wonderful woman who lived a great and inspirational life,” he wrote. “Her pride and Happily he had three children. , Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric. He was so proud of them, because we were all so proud of him. Rest in Peace, Ivana!”
Her children mourn the strength and compassion of the Czechoslovakian-born Trump, who was a businessman in his own right, with clothing and beauty products, books and more to his name.
“Our mother was an incredible woman – a force in business, a world-class athlete, a dazzling beauty and a caring mother and friend,” she wrote. “Ivana Trump was a survivor. She fled communism and embraced this country. She taught her children about grit and toughness, compassion and determination. She grew up with her mother, her three children, and 10 grandchildren. Will miss you a lot.”