Insider Speaks On Future Of Melania Trump's Marriage: 'They Don't Believe In Lovey Dovey Stuff'

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According to a report by The Times, Melania Trump will remain by her husband’s side because the couple doesn’t “believe in lovey dovey stuff.”

The source, a former friend of the family, stated that the pair was not sentimental like Biden and his wife Jill, or even the Obamas.

The source stated: "They don’t believe in the lovey-dovey-type stuff. Not at all."

R Couri Hay, a society publicist and “friendly acquaintance” of the couple, stated that he doubted Melania would divorce Trump, despite the speculation.

"The likelihood is 99.99% they will stay together. I’d truly be shocked if Melania formally separated and divorced from her husband. She grew up in a pseudo-communist difficult life. When she married, she wanted stability, romantic stability, financial stability, and through it all the one thing still standing is that marriage," he said.

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As intense speculation about Melania looking to leave the marriage swirled, some noted a shift in the behavior between Melania and Trump after they left the White House.

In his farewell speech, Trump praised Melania as a "woman of great grace and beauty and dignity," and observers commented on the loving looks and hand holding between them as Trump’s presidency drew to a close.

Mary Jordan, author of The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump, told the outlet that the bunker mentality that developed between the couple was because of the criticism they were facing.

A New York top attorney told the Mirror last week that Melania could receive up to $50 million and custody of their 14-year-old son Barron if she divorced Trump.

Kate Andersen Brower, journalist and author of three books about the White House, including First Women: the Grace and Power of America’s Modern First Ladies, stated that the same bunker mentality of being “in it together” was seen in the Nixons when President Nixon resigned in 1974.

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She stated that a marriage under siege sometimes becomes stronger, as Melania is among the few people who have not abandoned Trump.

Speculations about the couple’s marriage began in 2018 when Omarosa Manigault-Newman, a former Trump aide and The Apprentice contestant, released the book Unhinged, in which she claimed that Melania was eager to divorce Trump.

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“In my opinion, Melania is counting every minute until he is out of office and she can divorce him,” she claimed. "If Melania were to try to pull the ultimate humiliation and leave while he's in office, he would find a way to punish her."

According to a poll, Melania left the White House as the least popular First Lady in history.

Sources: Mirror