Melania Trump has tried her hand at a few different businesses over the years. First, there was the whole modeling thing. Then in 2010, she launched a short-lived line of QVC jewelry.
She also briefly marketed a skin care line at high-end department stores for a time. Oh, and there are her NFTs, which she occasionally plugs on social media.But none of those ventures have been nearly as profitable as her $3.2 billion marriage to Donald Trump, which reportedly became even more profitable for the ex-FLOTUS this month after her husband lost that defamation and battery civil case against E.
Jean Carroll and was ordered to pay $5 million.Trump’s civil rape and defamation trial is currently underway in New York and most people agree that it hasn’t been going well for the one-term, twice-impeached, 34-count indicted ex-president.According to OK, Melania reportedly used the trial and verdict to once again renegotiate the prenup she signed with the one-term, twice-impeached, indicted ex-president 18 years ago when they first got married at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida.Rather than go through the trouble and expense of drawing up an entirely new agreement, however, a source tells OK that Trump gave into his wife’s demands for the sake of his 2024 presidential run–and avoid yet another scandalous divorce. (He’s been through two of those already and both of them cost him a ton of money.)He is said to have agreed to give her a larger monthly allowance and to up the couple’s 17-year-old son Barron’s inheritance.
But, in doing so, he also said Melania must join him more often on the campaign trail.So far, she has attended less than half a dozen public events since her husband announced he was running.