(RoyalPatriot.com )- Ivanka Trump fixed her ‘awful’ Instagram mistake after removing Kimberly Guilfoyle, the fiancée of her brother, from images from the weekend wedding.
Ivanka Trump, 41, served as maid of honor at her half-sister Tiffany Trump, 29,’s wedding on Saturday. She wed Michael Boulos, a 25-year-old billionaire, whom she had met while on holiday in Mykonos in 2018.
All of the family’s women were dressed in pastel hues or gold outfits except for 53-year-old Guilfoyle, who stood out in black at the end of the line.
Guilfoyle had been cut out of the images Ivanka posted on social media, which some people perceived as a slight towards Don Jr.
However, Ivanka then shared the original photo of all six women on her Instagram story with heart emoticons, giving the impression that she was aware of her social media blunder.
Ivanka adores Kimberly and would never crop her out, according to sources close to her, and the two spent “a lot of time together at the wedding and genuinely have a good relationship,” according to the sources.
The insider continued, “The two women are quite close, and Kimberly has integrated herself into the Trump household.” Ivanka instantly reposted the photo after realizing what had transpired.
Ivanka posted the original photo on her Instagram stories four hours later without altering the original post or account, which she then followed up with some video of the former President teaching her how to play golf.
Ivanka tweeted pictures from Tiffany’s wedding at Mar-a-Lago, where their father, Donald Trump, walked Tiffany down the aisle under a floral arch decorated in pastel hues. One picture, in particular, caught people’s attention.
With her mother, Marla Maples, in a mauve dress to her right and her sister-in-law Lara Trump to her left, Tiffany was positioned in the middle of the group wearing a shimmering Elie Saab gown.
Ivanka, in her baby blue dress, and Tiffany’s stepmother Melania Trump, dressed in a gold gown, were to Tiffany’s left. Guilfoyle dressed all in black, was standing next to Ivanka.
According to wedding etiquette expert Elaine Swann, wearing black to a wedding has frequently been viewed as a fashion faux pas because the color is typically associated with mourning.
However, she said that modern brides were beginning to accept the color.