“She Would Have Been Very Proud To See Me Welcomed To Buckingham Palace”: Donald Trump Emotionally Opens Up About His Mother

Date June 5, 2019 15:38

Even in her death, President Donald Trump is making his mother proud. Following his state visit to the United Kingdom, the president gets candid on how much of a royal fan his mother was.


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Who is Donald Trump's mother?

Born in 1912, Mary Anne MacLeod was married to Trump’s father, a real estate developer. She engaged in philanthropic activities in the New York area as she raised the couple’s five children.

Mary Anne suffered from severe osteoporosis as she grew older and passed away at the age of 88, a year after her husband died in 2000 at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New York.


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She was buried alongside her husband and son at Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery.

Making mom proud

President Donald Trump is opening up about his mother and how much of a huge fan she was of the royal family. Back in 1953, when the President was 6 years old, he watched the coronation of the Queen with his mother.


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In an interview on Good Morning Britain, when asked on what his mother would have thought about him welcomed to Buckingham Palace by the Queen, Trump said:

Well she would have been very proud. She never have thought in terms of president because I never talked about running for president. She was a tremendous fan of this country and she loved Scotland.

Trump's kids take London

The President's four older children – Donald Jr., Eric , Ivanka, and Tiffany – were not left out of the royal treatment during their state visit to the United Kingdom.

Though Ivanka has gone on international trips with her father, this marks the first time Donald Jr, Eric, and Tiffany have been abroad with him.


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All his children and their spouses were present at the state banquet dinner held at the ballroom of the Buckingham Palace on Monday.

Trump's mother would have certainly been proud of her son's achievements.