Donald Trump Jr. and Vanessa Trump are closing in on a divorce agreement. The pair has worked out custody for their five children, a judge said Thursday, and they are nearing a financial agreement, according to a lawyer for Trump Jr., the oldest son of President Donald Trump.
In a Manhattan courtroom, Judge Michael Katz commended the duo for having “prioritized your children and taken steps to shield them from what could have been an invasive litigation process.” As they left the courtroom, the couple exchanged a few whispered words and then parted ways.
Vanessa filed for divorce from Junior in March. In May he filed a demand for a statement of her net worth after the New York Post reported that her family had sold its stake in a gourmet marinara company for $415 million. Junior’s current mistress, now-former Fox News host Kimberly Giulfoyle, took a job with a Trump super PAC last week.