Instead, they delivered a thoroughly depressing 45 minutes of television.
The infomercial that is Marla’s Intimate Portrait was filmed in the year following her glamorous wedding—a time known as the honeymoon period. ) ending scene is the 30-year-old walking the grounds of Donald’s Florida mansion Mar-a-Lago alone—in mom jeans with Tiffany strapped to her back.
“It may be fine for some women, but for me it’s not the direction I wanted my life to go.”Donald and Marla aren’t interviewed together by Lifetime, but the real estate mogul spared a minute or two for the documentary.
In his solo session, Donald disclosed that he never technically left Ivana for Marla, and with his empire crumbling, the timing was rotten for a love affair anyway.“It was a wrong time for me to have a relationship,” Donald said.
She loved playing golf, Tennessee Vols Football, sewing, baking, music, dancing, she was a fund raiser for the American Cancer Society. Plank; father, William “Buddy” Beason, mother, Alma Beason; and sister, Carol Jean Palmer.
She is survived by her children; two daughters, Pamela (Gary) Gibson, of Cohutta, Ga., and Jackie (Roger) Saylors, of Panama City Beach, Fla.; son, Wesley D. on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, in the South Crest Chapel.
Donald Trump’s second wife, Marla Maples, has always been a bit of joke.
Marla’s lovely mother breathily narrates a photo album of Marla (the Maples women all sound a little Marilyn Monroe), through pageants and school plays, basketball championships, and being crowned homecoming queen.
After high school, Marla enrolled at the University of Georgia, but dropped out to pursue an acting career, by way of quite a lot of swimsuit labor.“I was a people pleaser,” Marla says, explaining the modeling and bikini competition days in Atlanta that followed.
(Debbie) Plank, of Chesapeake, Va.; sister, Janice Smith, Brother William “Terry” Beason, sister-in-law, Shirley (Jeff) Tingle, of Rossville, Ga.; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. Interment will follow in the Chattanooga National Cemetery with her grandsons and nephews serving as honorary pallbearers.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made American Cancer Society.