Former Trump Aide Hope Hicks to Marry Goldman Sachs Exec Jim Donovan

By Madz Dizon

May 04, 2024 01:27 AM EDT

Former Trump aide Hope Hicks to Marry Goldman Sachs Exec Jim Donovan
Former White House communications director Hope Hicks reacts following U.S. President Donald Trump's acceptance speech for the Republican presidential nomination on the South Lawn of the White House August 27, 2020 in Washington, DC. Trump gave the speech in front of 1,500 invited guests. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
(Photo : Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Donald Trump's former aide, Hope Hicks, is now engaged to her longtime partner, Jim Donovan, who happens to be the boss at Goldman Sachs.

Insiders have revealed that the couple, who started dating in the summer of 2019, secretly got engaged during a scenic hike in Italy.

Hope Hicks and Jim Donovan's Summer Wedding Revealed

According to a recent report by DailyMail, Hope Hicks will soon be married to Donovan. Goldman Sachs executive Jim Donovan, 57, had a relationship with Hicks, 35, in 2020. Donovan became a part of Hicks' life just before she headed back to DC to rejoin the Trump White House. 

Sources said the wedding is scheduled for this summer, although Hicks will first be appearing as a witness at Trump's hush money trial.

Meanwhile, Donovan was frequently seen at Hicks' Brentwood residence in the weeks before her departure to the east coast. captured photos of the couple, who are now engaged, enjoying a double date at the upscale restaurant Mr Chow and indulging in a three-hour lunch at the popular celebrity spot Nobu.

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Jim Donovan's Ties to Donald Trump

According to Donovan's bio, he became a member of Goldman in 1993, achieved partner status in 2000, and held a position on the board of the Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund from 2002 to 2006. He holds degrees from prestigious institutions such as MIT and Harvard Law School.

Similar to his fiancée, he also maintains strong ties with the Trump administration. He was a member of the former president's Intelligence Advisory Board.

Meanwhile, after her time in the White House, Hicks has been busy establishing her own corporate consulting firm. She now divides her time between clients in New York and Washington, DC.

Yesterday, the former press secretary and White House communications director had a lengthy day on the witness stand, providing testimony in the hush money trial involving Trump.

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