Ivana Trump Funeral Things Are Set

Ivana Trump’s friends and relatives will meet at St. Vincent Ferrer Church in New York City on Wednesday to honor her memory. The 73-year-old former model was found dead in her flat last Thursday, near the stairs. Trump’s death was judged an accident by a medical examiner. According to an official statement from the medical examiner’s office, her death was attributed to “blunt impact injuries” to her body.

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Ivana Trump was Donald Trump’s first wife. Three children and nine grandchildren were born due to their marriage, which lasted from 1977 to 1992. “Banfield” senior story producer Paula Froelich verified that Donald and Melania Trump arrived in New York City late Monday night and will attend the funeral. Some say that Melania will not attend the burial because of speculations. The only reason Melania will attend, Froelich said, is to show her support for Donald Trump.

Ivana Trump Funeral Things Are Set

According to People magazine, her three children, Donald Jr., Eric, and Ivanka, all intend to attend the funeral. He expects the funeral to be “fantastic,” like Joan Rivers’, which drew celebrities like Hugh Jackman, Whoopi Goldberg, Kelly Osbourne, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Froelich believes the funeral will be “wonderful.” “There was a large turnout among New Yorkers. She was laid to rest in front of the New York City police marching band, who shut down 5th Avenue.”

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Ivana Trump was a competitive skier in Czechoslovakia as a child before the world knew her as Mrs. Trump. Before she married Donald Trump, Ivana Trump was a “world-class athlete,” Ivanka Trump claimed in an interview with the New York Post. The Trump family has requested donations to Big Dog Ranch Rescue instead of flowers. “Although she was involved in numerous charitable organizations throughout her life, Ivana never wavered in her devotion to animals. Rather than sending flowers, we ask that you give to Ivana’s efforts to save dogs and support Big Dog Rescue Ranch, “The page for donations states.