Former First Lady Melania Trump has reportedly renegotiated her prenuptial agreement with former President Donald Trump. This renegotiation is said to be her third, and it comes amid legal battles and concerns about their son, Barron’s financial future. According to sources, Melania’s priority is to ensure a substantial trust for Barron, who is now 17 years old. The updated agreement addresses financial matters and property.
While the renegotiation isn’t necessarily an indication of marital strife, it is viewed as a precautionary measure due to Donald Trump’s mounting legal bills and potential financial liabilities. This move is seen as a way to provide a more secure future for Melania and Barron in case of any future separation.
The renegotiation also coincides with Donald Trump’s legal battles, including a civil case brought by the New York Attorney General and a defamation lawsuit filed by E. Jean Carroll. While Donald Trump remains wealthy, his legal expenses have been increasing.
It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time there have been reports of Melania renegotiating her prenuptial agreement. Similar reports emerged in the past, but they were denied by her former spokesperson. Melania’s role and influence in Donald Trump’s political career have been a topic of interest, with some viewing her as a calming influence on the former president.
Representatives for the Trumps did not comment on the recent reports of the prenuptial agreement renegotiation.