Ivana Trump, the first wife of former US President Donald Trump, died on Friday. Now it has come to the fore that 73-year-old Ivana died due to the accident. New York's chief medical examiner said that Ivana Trump died as a result of injury to the body in the accident. However, the report did not mention what had happened to him.
In fact, on Friday, former President Donald Trump had informed about Ivana's death on the social media platform. He posted, "I am deeply saddened to inform all those who loved Ivana Trump, of whom there are many, that Ivana Trump has passed away at her home in New York City. She is an amazing and wonderful person. She was a beautiful woman who led a great and inspirational life. She was proud of Ivana Trump's three children, Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric. We are also proud of Ivana Trump. Rest in peace, Ivana!
Those with knowledge of the case say that Ivana was found dead near the stairs. The police have also started an investigation assuming that Ivana died due to falling from the stairs at home? A spokesman for the New York Police Department said that they had received information about Ivana Trump being unconscious. He was declared dead on the spot.
Married to Trump in 1977 Growing up under communist rule in former Czechoslovakia, Ivana Trump married Donald Trump in 1977. Both got divorced in the year 1992. The pairing of Trump and Ivana were well-known public figures in New York in the 1980s and 1990s, and their separation was a matter of intense public interest. After separating, Ivana Trump joined the profession of beauty products, clothing and jewellery.
He also described raising Trump's three children in his 2017 memoir 'Rising Trump'. Ivana wrote at the time that her relationship with Trump had improved after the divorce. He said that she talks to him once a week.
In a statement, the Trump family praised Ivana as a mighty businessman, a world-class athlete, a beautiful and caring mother and friend. "Ivana Trump was a survivor. She left communism and embraced America. She taught her children about patience and toughness, compassion and determination," the statement said.