Melania Trump will ‘disappear and into the shadows’ after Donald’s presidency

Melania Trump will "disappear" from the public eye and fade into the shadows now husband Donald Trump is no longer President, an acquaintance of the couple told the Times.

Donald Trump and Melania were pictured together in Palm Beach, Florida, a day after the 47th president of the United States conceded to Joe Biden.

The former first lady appeared expressionless as she stood next to Donald, which sparked rumours of a brewing martial rift.

But R. Court Hay, who has been described as a "friendly acquaintance" of the Trumps, told The Times Melania will "disappear" from public view and won’t use social media to keep her new-found status.

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Mr Hay predicts Melania will not continue to be a "political activist" anymore and considered her marriage to Donald as "the top of the ladder."

He told the publication: "Melania will disappear. There’s not going to be any Instagram posts or Twitter posts, you’re not going to see it.

"Melania is not a political activist any more than she is a social activist. When she married Donald Trump, that was the top of the ladder for her."

Despite the rumours, Hay believes the Slovenian-born former model will not divorce her husband, and will instead search for stability within their relationship.

He told the Times: "She grew up in a pseudo-communist difficult life.

"They don’t believe in the lovey-dovey-type stuff. Not at all.

"When she married, she wanted stability, romantic stability, financial stability, and through it all the one thing still standing is that marriage."

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Mr Hay’s predictions come just days after Donald Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, told the Sunday Telegraph she believes he does love Melania but the pair do not understand each other.

She claimed her uncle doesn’t "understand affection" or "intimacy" and that may play a part in the seemingly cold marriage.

And she added the "damage" Donald did to the US is "incalculable" and said the country is waiting to "find out how much is irreparable."

Mary told the Sunday Telegraph: "I don’t believe he understands affection or intimacy."

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