Inside Don Jr. And Kimberly Guilfoyle's Ridiculously Luxurious Life

Donald Trump Jr. and Trump campaign aide Kimberly Guilfoyle make quite the interesting couple. After all, Guilfoyle used to be married to Democrat politician Gavin Newsom, who would later on become California's governor. But after a very high-profile divorce, and then another divorce from businessman Eric Villency, she suddenly found herself in the arms of none other than the president of the United States son, Don Jr. Oh, and she also works for his dad, so there's that. 

And while many consider the duo to be a power couple, others simply see them as a couple who lives a very lavish lifestyle, all while they tirelessly worked to help Guilfoyle's boss and Trump Jr.'s father, current President Donald Trump, get re-elected. Spoiler alert: Their efforts proved to be in vain.

So, how does the couple spend their non-working hours? And more importantly — how do they spend all of their cash, including their combined net worth of more than $300 million (via Celebrity Net Worth)? Keep reading after the jump to find out!

Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle love to fly private

Planes, trains, and automobiles. Or maybe just planes — private planes, that is. As reported by the New York Times, Kimberly Guilfoyle made flying private her career while serving as a senior advisor to the Trump campaign. Many donors and campaign aides grew concerned about the amount of private plane use Guilfoyle racked up.

It's reported that, by January of 2020, the campaign had to devise a system strictly to approve such flying trips, "which must be listed as in-kind contributions or reimbursed by the campaign in order to comply with campaign finance laws." But don't worry — when a private plane is not available, she always has the option of Air Force One at her disposal. Perks of dating the president's son, we suppose.

But that's not all. Politico also reported Guilfoyle utilized a private plane to whisk her home to New York from South Dakota following President Donald Trump's pre-Independence Day address at Mount Rushmore. Sometime after the event, she contracted COVID-19. Meanwhile, her junior staffers were forced to quarantine in South Dakota due to their potential exposure. YIKES.

Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle summer in the Hamptons

"The love shack is a little, old place where we can get together..." That's the tune we picture Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle humming while en route to their very own "love shack" in the Hamptons — except it's more like a love mansion, really.

As reported by the New York Post in July of 2019, the couple plunked down a cool $4.4 million for their very own quintessential Bridgehampton beach mansion, complete with seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, 9,200 square feet, and access to a whopping 25-acre kettle fishing pond. But that's not all. The sprawling estate — that's big enough to accommodate all five of Trump Jr.'s kids along with Guilfoyle's son with ex-husband, Eric Villency — also includes nearly four acres of land, a heated pool with a waterfall, a spa, a screened-in patio, and plenty of room for future tennis courts. 

There's still no word, however, as to whether or not Trump Jr.'s real estate mogul father, Donald Trump, approved of his son's real estate purchase.

Kimberly Guilfoyle really loves to shop

While Kimberly Guilfoyle is passionate about politics, it appears there's something else she's passionate about: clothes. In 2017, Guilfoyle confessed to Us Weekly that she owned over 500 pairs of shoes. "One of the questions that I get asked all the time and I'm terrified to answer it or actually know the true answer: 'How many pairs of shoes do you have?' Really good question. This is why it pays to be bad at math. The truth would frighten me," Guilfoyle said before she sheepishly admitted, "There have been estimates of about 500 pairs. Is that more than Imelda Marcos? I think it is." Holy shoes!

And it appears she didn't skimp on a place to put all of her shoes, showcasing her closet outfitted with floor-to-ceiling shelves — housing not only her many pairs of designer shoes, but also expensive handbags and fine jewelry. "Every girl knows you can never have enough closet space. And in New York City, wow it's like you need a magic wand to figure it out. I tried to make sure to maximize every inch of space," Guilfoyle confessed. But when tasked with storing 500 pairs of shoes we guess you have no choice but to utilize every square inch of closet space. A woman's gotta do what a woman's gotta do!