Vanessa Trump's family came into millions last year thanks to her late father's investment in Rao's marinara.
On Thursday, the New York Post reported that Vanessa's late father Charles Haydon, invested $1million when a company was formed in 1992 to sell the famous red sauce from legendary New York City Italian restaurant Rao's.
Rao's Specialty Foods later expanded to sell multiple sauces and olive oils around the world.
Page Six reports that Vanessa Trump's (left) family came into millions last year thanks to an investment in Rao's marinara sauce (right)
It was sold last year to a corporate firm for $415million, providing Vanessa's family with quite the pay out.
The windfall was so great that Vanessa's mother Bonnie bought Roger Ailes' old Fifth Avenue penthouse last year for $6.4million in cash.
It's unclear how much Vanessa herself received in the deal, or whether she will get that inheritance on the death of her mother, 71, but sources previously claimed the newfound financial security prompted her to finally file