Eric Trump, the third of Donald Trump’s five children who stands tall at 6-foot-5, has a net worth of $150 million, which is about the same net worth as his brother, Donald Trump Jr. Eric was born to Donald Trump and Ivana Trump and he’s currently an executive vice president of The Trump Organization. He’s also heavily involved in charity.
Here’s what you need to know.
1. Eric Trump is Worth $150 Million
Eric Trump, 31, is worth $150 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. It’s the same net worth as his brother, Donald Trump Jr., whom Eric views as a mentor. In 2006, Eric Trump told The New York Times that Donald Trump Jr. essentially raised him because his father worked 24 hours a day. Ivanka was also like a second mother to him.
2. He’s Executive Vice President of The Trump Organization
Eric Trump graduated from Georgetown and started working for The Trump Organization right after he finished college, Business Insider reported. He’s executive vice president of acquisitions and development at The Trump Organization, focusing on construction.
3. He Founded the Eric Trump Foundation, Which Has Donated Over $28 Million
Eric often preferred to fly under the radar, doing charity work as he also helped run The Trump Organization. Through the Eric Trump Foundation, he’s raised nearly $28 million for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Business Insider reported. The foundation’s mission is to improve the lives of children who are fighting life-threatening diseases.
4. He Owns Trump Winery And Has Often Appeared on ‘The Apprentice’
Eric Trump has many interests outside of The Trump Organization and his charity. He runs Trump Winery, a Charlottesville winery that was previously owned by Patricia Kluge, billionaire heiress, Time reported. He’s also appeared on The Apprentice.
5. He’s Married to Lara Yunaska
Eric proposed to Lara Yunaska in 2012. They had been dating for five years. Lara is a TV producer for Inside Edition and a personal trainer. They were married at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Springs, Florida, Business Insider reported, and had 400 guests at their wedding. Eric owns a three-bedroom apartment at Trump Parc East in Manhattan that he bought in 2007 for $2 million. He and Lara also spent part of their time at Seven Springs, Donald Trump’s $19.5 million Westchester estate.