Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump has had three wives throughout his life, his current wife, former model Melania; his second, Marla Maples; and his first, Ivana.

Melania has been almost as much of a public figure as Trump has ever since the business mogul announced his candidacy, hitting the campaign trail in support of her husband's presidential run. In an interview with US Magazine, she alleges that those appearances aren't for show and claims she is quite political at home.

"Do I agree with everything he says? No," she said. "I have my own opinions too, and I tell him that. Sometimes he takes it in and listens, and sometimes he doesn't. But it is who he is, I don't want to change him. He's an adult, he knows what the consequences could be."

Ivana is no different, being thrust back into the limelight after her claim of Trump raping her in 1989 resurfaced in a new documentary, titled "The Mad World Of Donald Trump," reported The Independent. The allegation stems from a sworn deposition in the 1993 book "Lost Tycoon," that claims she told her friends that Trump "violated her."

However the media presence has been a far cry of that compared to both Melania and Ivana. A fact made all the more shocking by the fact that she had made headlines after reportedly gushing to friends in 1990 that sex with Trump was "the best sex I've ever had."

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Donald Trump's affair with Marla Maples is seen as main contributor to the break up between him and first wife, Ivana.

She later denied making that comment, calling it a blatant lie, but it has since been accepted that if she wasn't the cause of the problems Ivana and Trump were facing at the time, she certainly was at the heart of it, according to People.

Married in 1993, she received less than $2 million after they split six years later in 1999 - a stark contrast to the $25 million Ivana recieved after she broke up with Trump in 1992.

So whatever happened to her after their 1999 split? It turns out that Marla tried her hand at acting, hitting Broadway in the "Will Rogers Follies" and even performed at Carnegie Hall.

However, the primary focus of her post-marital life was the raising of the daughter she had with Trump in 1993, Tiffany. She moved to Los Angeles in order to focus on this task and as such, he wasn't a major part of her life.

"Tiffany lived on the West Coast, Donald lived in New York City, so, there was no way he could share in her life the way he shared in his older children's lives. He was in touch with her. He paid child support. He paid for her education," Gwenda Blair, author of "The Trumps," said in an interview with Inside Edition.

Tiffany is now 22 and has a closer connection with Donald after returning to the east coast for college, she even came out in support of Donald's presidential run and attends the GOP debates in support of her father.

Marla, however, hasn't said much since Donald announced his candidacy.