Donald Trump has been married three times, and he’s no stranger to divorces.

Years ago, rumors swirled that his marriage to Melania Trump was also in danger after the Washington Post released a tape where the POTUS could be heard indecently talking about women.

The FLOTUS’s decision to delay her move to the White House further fueled speculations that her marriage to the president of the United States is on the rocks. The public is wondering what could happen if the First Lady and Trump decide to end their marriage.

In the past, Trump shared his thoughts about prenuptial agreements and revealed that he didn’t have a hard time crafting one with his third wife.

“It’s a hard, painful, ugly tool. Believe me, there’s nothing fun about it. But there comes a time when you have to say, ‘Darling, I think you’re magnificent, and I care for you deeply, but if things don’t work out, this is what you’re going to get,’” he said.

According to Business Insider, Trump’s prenuptial agreement with his second wife, Marla Maples, was designed in such a way that they wouldn’t get into a messy and very public fight just like what happened when his first marriage ended.

In the prenuptial documents obtained by Vanity Fair, Trump stated that he would be cutting off child support payments if his child gets a job or joins the military. His ex-wife also isn’t allowed to publish any detail about their failed marriage.

Gossip columnist Liz Smith previously claimed that POTUS didn’t have a hard time with his and the FLOTUS’ divorce negotiations.

“The beautiful thing is that she agrees with it. She knows I have to have that,” Trump reportedly said.

But Jacqueline Newman, a divorce litigation specialist, said that Melania must have upped the initial negotiations of their prenup agreement before they entered the White House.

“Whatever amount of money she was due to receive, my guess is that she's going to want an increased amount. If they were to divorce now or after he's no longer president, there's going to be security detail, there's going to be all sorts of things that are going to be very different for her as a former first lady than if she was just Donald Trump's wife,” he said.

Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011 Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011 Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Andy Kropa