No, en el eulogio que le dedica la persona que fue niñera de sus hijos y con la que mantuvo su amistad dijo claramente que se sentía abandonada y que mucha gente, salvo cuatro contados con los dedos de la mano, la habian dejado de lado.Vivía sola como mucha otra gente soltera pero vivía a tutiplén , no le veo lo triste , vivía como quería . Y si el servicio no era interno es porque ella no lo quería así .
Por cierto, los verdaderos amigos de ella, todos sentados en los ultimos bancos de la iglesia. La tropa que estaba en primera fila...eran gente de Donald Trump. No de Ivana.
Aqui pongo los parrafos que hablan de sus amigos. Los podeis pasar por el traductor.
The crowd was Park Avenue and fashion-industry-adjacent, though Whitney Robinson, a former editor of Elle Decor who had become friendly with the elder Ms. Trump in recent years, was in the back and said he had “no idea” who most of the people there were.
But Ms. Trump was living an increasingly solitary life in her final years, according to Marc Bouwer, a designer who dressed her for many years and who was also seated toward the back, wearing a black suit, no shirt and a sparkly costume jewelry necklace that he thought Ms. Trump would have liked; she was an unapologetic proponent of pairing fake jewelry with super-expensive clothing.
“She had been isolated,” Mr. Bouwer continued, in a brief interview at the church. “There was a lot of pain, a lot of sadness,” he said, before declining to elaborate on it.
Dorothy Curry, the former nanny to Ivanka, Donald Jr. and Eric, was perhaps the most striking speaker. In her two-minute speech, she alluded to that isolation, talking about how she had been close to Ms. Trump through the spring and summer of her life, after which followed an autumn and “inevitable winter” of “roses dying” as her former employer’s field of dreams became a “sinking swamp” of “parasites” who had kept her “afloat” with “illicit dreams and schemes.”