Melania Trump will stick by husband Donald without the ‘lovey-dovey stuff’

Rumours of Melania Trump and Donald's potential divorce have been heard since they entered the White House.

Photographs of the recent former First Lady walking away from him in their last photo op, and previous occasions where she has let go of his hand in front of snappers has sparked speculation over divorce.

However, a source close to the family told The Times, that Melania will stick by the ex-US President without the 'lovey-dovey' stuff.

“They don’t believe in the lovey-dovey-type stuff. Not at all,” they said.

Last year, punters placed bets on whether Trump's third marriage would end in the pair splitting.

And after the latest election result, a former employee at the White House claimed it would happen when his term ended.

Omarosa Manigault Newman claimed: “Melania is counting every minute until he is out of office and she can divorce.”

However, others insist the Slovenian-born former model will stick by her other half, who is 24 years older than her.

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“The likelihood is 99.99% they will stay together. I’d truly be shocked if Melania formally separated and divorced from her husband,” said R Couri Hay, a society publicist and “friendly acquaintance” of the Trumps.

“She grew up in a pseudo-communist difficult life,” he added. “When she married, she wanted stability, romantic stability, financial stability, and through it all the one thing still standing is that marriage.”

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Following the election results, Melania laid low, and the couple did not attend Joe Biden's inaugeration.

Instead they packed up early and left the White House before it took place.

Mary Jordan, the author of The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump, said Melania never backs down.

She said: “You criticise her and she just likes to come out swinging.”

She compared to her strength to her anti-bullying campaign she lead as First Lady, called Be Best.

Jordan claims Melania is planning to raise money to forge ahead with the endeavour.

“She was roundly mocked about a very confusing name, Be Best, but Melania, like her husband, never backs down. And this is exactly what we’ve seen her do over and over again,” she said

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