Vanessa Trump, the celebrity daughter-in-law of Donald Trump, announced that she and husband Donald Trump Jr., are expecting their fifth child in the summer. The couple, who have been married for eight years, already have four children.
Their eldest child is Kai Madison, aged six, then Donald John III, aged four, followed by Tristan Milos, aged two and the youngest Trump, Spencer Fredrick, aged just 15 months.
Donald Trump Jr. only sent his Tweet, announcing the good news to fans, yesterday:
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) January 21, 2014
So, Vanessa Trump and Donald Jr. are clearly thrilled about the fact that they are about to have baby Trump number five, but what about Donald Sr.? Well, he is already a seasoned grandpa, if you consider that his daughter Ivanka, already has two children.
But whatever you do, don’t call Donald Trump grandpa! He told Ryan Seacrest duing a radio interview in 2012: “Call me anything, but that! It’s beautiful and endearing, but it’s a tough term to get used to. Let them call me Mr. Trump. Let them call me Donald. Anything but Grandpa!” He said.
Even though he might dislike the label, Donald Trump is apparently a wonderfully warm grandpa to his grandchildren. Last year his daughter, Ivanka, revealed on Redbook that Donald does have his issues when it comes to playing the role:
“Oh, he takes her all the time — but with me. He wouldn’t know what to do if she was crying or needed a diaper change. Although I think he’d figure it out. He was always a great father in that he was always there. Now that my brothers and I work with him, we’ve become even closer,” she said.