Ivana Trump was laid to rest at her ex-husband’s golf course in New Jersey where white flowers and a plaque marked the freshly buried grave.
Donald Trump’s first wife was buried at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey. She died on July 14 at age 73.
Photos taken by The Post on Thursday show Trump’s grave alone in a bucolic landscape of trees and shrubs. The tomb overlooks a large green space on the vast grounds of the country club.
The plot where Ivana was buried has a bouquet of more than two dozen white flowers and a plaque that reads in all capital letters Ivana Trump along with the dates of her birth and death.
The grave is in a place where golfers would not see it when playing a round of golf. The small section of the club is under the back of the first tee.
A source previously told the Post last week that the New York City icon was buried “not too far from the main clubhouse.”
The source added: “They have a private lawn. It’s just a very discreet piece of granite engraved with his name.
In 2017, Donald Trump announced plans to build a 10-plot cemetery that overlooks the golf course’s first hole for family members, according to The Washington Post.
Trump has said in the past that he also wanted to be buried at the site.
“Mr. Trump…specifically chose this property for his final resting place because it is his favorite property,” his company wrote in a 2014 state filing.