Quincy Jones' startling claim in a conversation with Vulture that he "used to date Ivanka, you know" made us pause—not only because of the "um, what?!" reaction that all of Twitter seems to be having, but also because it reminded us of this whole other life that Ivanka once had, even before (As for the 84-year-old Jones, whose interview answers ranged from sage and insightful to jaded and bizarre, and who has no love lost for now-President Trump… News that it's not true.)Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary in October and are parents to three young children. Kushner have been together since 2007, breaking up briefly—his parents' objected to her not being Jewish and Ivanka was hurt that he more or less agreed—in 2008 before settling down for good.It was always there, so no matter how good a job they did to relieve our anxiety and our fears, there was always the media to undercut that."Ivanka went to Manhattan's elite Chapin School until she was 15, after which she finished high school at Choate Rosemark Hall in Connecticut, living what she'd later call the "prison of boarding-school life." But she still spent lots of time in New York with friends and pursuing her burgeoning modeling career.
Quincy Jones has made some bold dating claims lately, but this one takes the cake ...
he says he used to date Ivanka Trump, who he remembers as being pretty damn hot.
7 on On Wall Street's Top 40 Under 40 list—for several years back when they were kids and they broke up while she was in college, but they were considered a happening It couple in their day and photographers paid attention when they stepped out together, even for something as simple as a dog walk.
Ivanka started dating producer and fellow New Yorker James "Bingo" Gubelmann in 2001 and they lasted for several years—and in hindsight that might have been her rebellious period.
Though she had a coterie of celebrity pals and friends in high places, including onetime first daughter Chelsea Clinton, by all accounts she was never a particularly wild kid.
And you'd think we'd know by now if she "My sense was that she was a little removed from the typical bar scene in college, but I feel like she always handled herself with a lot of class and dignity," Jared Work, a fellow alum of Wharton's class of 2004, told the last year, as the media tried to get a handle on what to expect from Ivanka as an advisor to her father in the White House.
Gubelmann agreed to enter a treatment readiness program in exchange for a conditional dismissal of the charge, and Madden—who was accused of handing Gubelmann a vial of cocaine, though his lawyer said his client was "purely innocent" and never touched the drugs—agreed to do a day of community service.
Though she spent most of her technically single life in relationships, a more rumor-studded rundown of Ivanka's dating history throws Topher Grace, Lance Armstrong, Pierce Brosnan's son Sean and Dole heir Justin Murdock into the mix.
“Tommy Hilfiger, who was working with my daughter Kidada, said, ‘Ivanka wants to have dinner with you.’ I said, ‘No problem. She had the most beautiful legs I ever saw in my life.” Jones, who has been married three times, is very vocal about his love life. “Don’t you ever forget, they’re 13 years smarter than we are.” The Grammy winner added that his love interests hail from all around the world. The couple, who split in 1974, have two children together, Martina and Quincy Jones III.