• Melania Trump

    Last updated: September 24, 2017

    Melania Trump is a former model. She is the third and current wife of Donald Trump. She was born in Slovenia and became a resident in 2006, one year after marrying Trump. She’s worked as a model but has since stopped her career. Started studying in university back in Slovenia never to complete her degree, although she’s claimed in both her website (no longer available) and her biography in the 2016 Republican National Convention official program that she had a finished degree. Following her husband’s steps, Melania started working as a businesswoman after she started dating Donald.

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    Melania Trump Religion

    She is Roman Catholic, confirming her beliefs while visiting the Vatican in May of 2017. Her involvement with the catholic is unknown but she is definitely a part of the Catholic faith. She got married in an Episcopalian church to Donald Trump.

    Melania Trump Hobbies

    The ex-model likes to enjoy her time taking care of her and Donald’s son. She also said she enjoys working out, Pilates, and reading.

    Melania Trump Political Views

    As expected, Melania is a Republican and endorses her husband, Donald Trump. “I encouraged him because I know what he will do and what he can do for America. He loves the American people and he wants to help them.” Besides being a conservative, she’s also been involved with a number of charities, including Martha Graham Dance Company, the Boys Club of New York, the American Red Cross, and the Police Athletic League.

    Who is she dating?

    As mentioned, she’s most known for being Donald Trump’s current wife. Together, the couple had a son in 2006, Barron Trump.

    Random Facts

    Her wedding with Donald Trump was quite extravagant. The Trump’s wedding included a $200,000 bride’s dress (from Christian Dior’s John Galliano), a 50-pound orange chocolate truffle cake, and to top it off the cake was covered with 3,000 roses. Former president Bill Clinton and his wife (and later political adversary to Donald Trump) Hillary Clinton were attendees.