Melania Trump denies getting Botox or any plastic surgery, including breast implants, saying she wants to age naturally. Melania trashed a snarky GQ interview that painted her as a dumb trophy wife whose dad refused to pay child support for a son he had in 1965.
When asked directly if she got breast implants, the busty 5-foot-11 Melania said no way. “I didn’t make any changes,” Trump told GQ. “A lot of people say I am using all the procedures for my face. I didn’t do anything.
I live a healthy life, I take care of my skin and my body.
I’m against Botox, I’m against injections. I think it’s damaging your face, damaging your nerves. It’s all me. I will age gracefully, as my mom does.”
Melania’s beauty and fitness secrets include a healthy diet and regular exercise, as Examiner has reported. “I enjoy tennis and Pilates,” said the former Slovenian model.
Melania and a slew of media experts slammed the GQ story because it dismissed her as an airhead trophy wife whose beauty is not natural (even if she had plastic surgery, it’s irrelevant since Melania was — and is — a beautiful woman).
The writer, Julia Ioffe, described Melania’s facial expression as “a taut, plasticine squint that makes it look as if cameras are forever catching her a second before a sneeze.”
The magazine also quoted an unnamed “former friend” who said while Melania isn’t dumb, but she’s not smart, either.
She’s not stupid, she’s not a bimbo, but she’s not especially clever.”
The GQ profile is also being blasted for scrutinizing the love life of Melania’s dad, who reportedly fathered a son in 1965 (before he met Melania’s mother) and refused to pay child support. After the piece was published, Melania hit back, saying her parents’ past should be off limits:
“The article published in GQ today is yet another example of the dishonest media and their disingenuous reporting,,” Melania wrote. “Julia Ioffe, a journalist who is looking to make a name for herself, clearly had an agenda when going after my family. My parents are private citizens and should not be subject to Ms. Ioffe’s unfair scrutiny.”