Ivana Trump's will reveals surprise beneficiary of Miami condo
Miami, Florida - Ivana Trump, who died last July after a fall from her staircase at her New York townhouse, reportedly made an unexpected choice when it came to the question of whom to leave her Miami Beach condo to.
According to details of her will seen by Business Insider, the 73-year-old passed the $1-million apartment at Murano at Portofino to Susanna Curry, former nanny to her three children, Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric.
In later years, Curry, who was also given Ivana's beloved Yorkshire terrier Tiger, became Ivana's personal assistant and confidante.
If Curry, who reportedly has an address in Queens, New York, decides to move to Miami Beach, the living will be pretty good at the Murano pad. The 1,000-square-footer, last purchased for $635,000 in 2009, is worth more than $1 million now and the building's perks are up there.
There's the stunning water view at the 37-story resort-style residence, but also amenities that include a saltwater pool, gardens, gym, and valet.
Ivana Trump leaves nothing to ex-husband Donald Trump
Curry could also (kinda) be neighbors with her former charge, Ivanka.
The onetime White House adviser lives about four miles north from her late mom's condo at a luxury rental, though an insider told the Miami Herald that the Kushners' lease is up, so the family will likely have to finally decamp to the megamansion they've been building for months.
The rest of Ivana's $34 million estate, which included jewels, furs, and two places in St. Tropez, was divided among her family and close friends.
As for Ivana's first husband, Donald Trump, the former president was not left any of his ex's worldly possessions, although her body rests at a small gravesite near the clubhouse at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
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