Donald Trump Jr. Reportedly Dating Fox's Kimberly Guilfoyle Following Split From Wife Vanessa

Donald Trump Jr. is moving on from wife Vanessa ... and into a new relationship with Fox's The Five co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle, if recent reports are to be believed.

According to Page Six, multiple sources have shared that Donald Jr. and Guilfoyle have been dating for a few weeks. One insider told the celebrity news site, "Don Jr. and Kimberly are seeing each other, and are having a great time. While he wants to respect the privacy of his family, he is getting divorced, and he enjoys Kimberly's company."

Donald Jr. and Guilfoyle were reportedly spotted arriving together at a party celebrating his father President Donald Trump's new ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, on Sunday, May 6, 2018. Though they each mingled with party attendees, they are said to have remained close to one another throughout the night, later leaving together to grab dinner at New York's Harry Cipriani.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Donald Jr.'s wife, Vanessa, with whom he shares five children, filed for divorce from him in March 2018. "After 12 years of marriage, we have decided to go our separate ways," the pair revealed in a joint statement at the time. "We will always have tremendous respect for each other and our families. We have five beautiful children together and they remain our top priority. We ask for your privacy during this time."

Donald Jr. and Vanessa were reportedly having relationship problems for some time, stemming from his busy schedule, an alleged affair with Danity Kane's Aubrey O'Day, and a scary incident in February 2018, in which they received an envelope with suspicious white powder inside. Before learning that the substance was cornstarch, Vanessa was hospitalized as a precaution.

Like Donald Jr., Guilfoyle, who'd previously been in talks to serve as the White House's press secretary, has also experienced a failed marriage, having divorced husband Gavin Newsom, the former mayor of San Francisco and current Lieutenant Governor of California, in 2005 after four years together (via People).