CROPPED OUT PHOTOS: Ivanka Trump crops out Kimberly Giulfoyle from wedding picture of Tiffany Trump following her bat-themed black dress KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Monday, November 14, 2022

CROPPED OUT PHOTOS: Ivanka Trump crops out Kimberly Giulfoyle from wedding picture of Tiffany Trump following her bat-themed black dress

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Ivanka Trump crops out Kimberly Giulfoyle from wedding picture of Tiffany Trump following her bat-themed dress. (Read More Here).

In Wednesday's interview, Newsom also denied multiple times that his recent public criticisms of Republicans country-wide and public callings for film studios to "walk the walk" and avoid filming in states that have limited abortion rights following the reversal of Roe v. Wade in June are a pre-cursor for a future presidential run.

"Yes, it's all part of a strategery," Newsom joked at first. "It's not the intention — my intention is to raise attention to these critical issues on what's happening."

All of the family members were in pastel-colored or gold dresses, except for Guilfoyle, 53, who stood out in black.

Ivanka's light blue dress was a replica of the gown Grace Kelly wore in the 1955 film To Catch a Thief - a parallel that raised eyebrows, given Donald Trump's current legal battles, and his claims of the 2020 election being stolen.

Ivanka shared photos of Tiffany's big day at Mar-a-Lago, with their father Donald Trump walking his daughter up the aisle beneath a pastel-hued floral arch, and with the pastel-wearing bridal party.

And one photo in particular drew attention.

Tiffany, in her sparkling Elie Saab gown, was in the center with her mother Marla Maples dressed in mauve on her right, next to her sister-in-law Lara Trump in a gold-sparkled dress. To Tiffany's left was her stepmother Melania Trump, in a gold-hued gown, and Ivanka in her baby blue dress.

Next to Ivanka was Guilfoyle, all in black.

But in the photos Ivanka shared on social media, Guilfoyle had been cropped out. 'In many instances, especially here in the United States, wearing black to a wedding has been seen as a fashion faux pas because typically the color black is associated with mourning,' said wedding etiquette expert Elaine Swann, in an interview with Brides magazine last year.

But, she added, the color was gaining acceptance among modern brides.

'It is absolutely acceptable for a female to wear a black dress to a wedding,' said Swann.

'Always avoid wearing anything that's too low cut, too short, or too tight.'

It is not known whether Tiffany asked her guests to wear pastel colors. Ivanka and Kushner are building a home in Indian Creek near Miami; Trump Jr and Guilfoyle bought a $9.7 million home in Jupiter, north of West Palm Beach.

But they are not believed to be close.

Ivanka and her husband are said to be 'done' with Washington DC, and have no intention of returning to the White House if Trump runs again and wins.

Guilfoyle and Trump Jr, on the other hand, remain extremely active on the campaign scene and are believed to be encouraging Trump to go for a second term.

The women also have very different style: Ivanka is diplomatic and reticent, while Guilfoyle, famed for her eyebrow-raising speeches, is flamboyant and outspoken.

Newsom, the Democratic governor of California, told MSNBC's Alex Wagner on Wednesday that he no longer speaks with Guilfoyle, who filed for divorce from Newsom in January 2005 and got engaged to Donald Trump Jr. in January 2022.

"Nope. Not lately," Newsom, 54, said in the interview when asked if he and Guilfoyle, 53, still communicate.

When Wagner pointed out that Guilfoyle's association with the Trump family "must be weird" for him, Newsom responded, "Yeah, of course."

Newsom added, though, that his relationship with Donald Trump wasn't always the way it is now. "I mean, we had an interesting, not as combative relationship, even though we went at it on a lot of issues we also found ways to get along," he added.

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