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A rather funny story about Ivana Trump

22 July 2022

11:51 PM

22 July 2022

11:51 PM

The death of Ivana Trump last week reminded me of a story I had always meant to check. I rang its central figure, Sir Humphry Wakefield, who was forthcoming. In the late 1980s, Ivana, then married to the man she called ‘the Donald’, was doing up the Plaza Hotel in New York, which her husband owned.

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