Donald Trump’s Wedding Registry Had Some Absurdly Expensive Stuff On It

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Donald Trump's Wedding Registry Had Some Absurdly Expensive Stuff On It

Before Donald Trump was our president and Melania Trump was our First Lady, The Don married Marla Maples. An actress who had an affair with Donald before marrying him, they’re now (obviously) divorced and have one daughter, Tiffany, to show for their six years together. It’s unknown whether or not Tiffany was named in honor of the absurd gifts they received from Tiffany and Co. at their wedding, but it’s entirely possible considering their affinity for absurdly priced Tiffany’s items played a part, subliminally or not.

With someone as lavish as Donald Trump, you can only imagine that he held an absurd wedding where pretty much everything was gold and surrounded by ice sculptures of birds. In a world filled with high society weddings, it’s not all that surprising to see someone drop six-figures anymore. But when you pull the curtain back and take a look at the wedding registry, that’s where the real absurdity begins.

Per TMZ, Donald’s registry looked something like this:

Mariah and Tommy Mottola: $610 decanter

Monica Seles: $540 pitcher

Howard Stern: $530 crystal sail sculpture

Hugh Hefner’s daughter, Christie: $400 wine cooler

Kathie and Frank Lee Gifford: $300 serving platter

Don King: $1,250 for a bowl

Say what you want about a billionaire asking for thousands of dollars worth of gifts that he could’ve definitely afforded on his own, but the real ridiculousness is that he’s asking for these gifts during his second go at marriage. What can you get a man who has everything? Well, Monica Seles (why was she invited?) got him a pitcher that costs almost as much as your rent and Don King spent $1,250 on a bowl that definitely never made it out of the box.

Who knows, maybe we’ll see some of this shit floating around The White House.

[via TMZ]

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