Donald Trump, Jr. and his current girlfriend, former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle, recently went on a lighthearted fishing trip. The couple’s fishing session comes amidst rumors that the two are about to announce an engagement, despite ongoing controversy surrounding Guilfoyle and her departure from the news network, as well as Trump and his role in Russia’s meddling during the 2016 presidential elections.
The couple’s outing was shared by Guilfoyle through her Instagram account. According to Guilfoyle’s upload, she and President Donald Trump’s eldest son were on a fishing trip on Long Island on Saturday, July 28. The photograph showed the couple looking completely separated from the controversies surrounding them, with both Trump and Guilfoyle sporting casual outfits and wide smiles while posing with a pretty impressive catch.
While Trump and Guilfoyle have only announced their relationship to date, the former Fox News host has seemingly been teasing her social media followers that an engagement might be in order. As noted in a Radar Online report, Guilfoyle recently posted an image on her Instagram holding hands with the first son. In the picture, her left hand sported what seemed like an unmistakable diamond ring. Engagement rumors were further affirmed by sources reportedly close to the couple, according to the publication.
“They know people say it’s too soon and have been passing comment about their relationship, but they don’t care. They want to get engaged right way and are only waiting for his divorce from Vanessa to come through,” one of the sources said.
Donald Trump, Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle’s relationship, and possible engagement comes as both individuals are embroiled in escalating controversies. The first son, for one, is linked to the controversial June 2016, Trump Tower meeting where Rob Goldstone, the publicist of a prominent Russian pop star, Emin Agalarov, reportedly offered then-candidate Donald Trump some dirt on his political opponent, Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump, Jr. was involved in organizing the meeting.