Italian actor Rossano Rubicondi — Ivana Trump’s fourth husband — died Friday after a year-long battle with melanoma, a sort of pores and skin most cancers, in keeping with studies. He was 49 years outdated.
“The Golden Bowl” actor and Trump had been married in 2008. They divorced in 2009, however continued to see each other on and off for the next decade.
He and Trump appeared as visitors on the Italian model of “Dancing with the Stars” in 2018.
In 2019, Trump told Page Six the connection “ran its course.”
“Rossano spends a lot of time in Italy and I spend a lot of time in New York, Miami and St-Tropez, and he has to work,” she mentioned at the time. “The long-distance relationship really doesn’t work. We had a good time and are friends. The split was amicable.”
Rubicondi was Trump’s fourth husband — after Alfred Winklmayr, former President Donald Trump, and Riccardo Mazzucchelli.
Italian TV character Simona Ventura first tweeted information of his demise, The Sun reported.
“Thanks for the journey we made together, for the good times and the bad, and also the tears and laughter,” she wrote.
Rubicondi appeared with Ventura on “L’Isola dei Famosi,” “The Island of the Famous” — the Italian superstar model of “Survivor.” He was each a presenter and a contestant on the present.