Ivanka Trump seemed in a cheery disposition as she stepped out of her house in Washington, D.C. this morning, greeting the day with a bright smile.
The first daughter, 35, was pictured leaving the home she shares with her husband Jared Kushner, 36, and their three children in the upscale Kalorama neighborhood.
As she headed towards her Secret Service SUV, the mother smiled for the cameras, letting her sheer pleated skirt breeze around her.
Greeting the morning: As she headed towards her Secret Service SUV, the mother smiled for the cameras, letting her sheer pleated skirt breeze around her
Ivanka paired the white, midi length number with a sleeveless top marrying blue and mauve tones.
As often, she trusted her own brand for her shoes, and donned the same black pumps she had picked for her previous day’s outfit.
Her husband Jared was also pictured leaving the house on Friday morning in a suit and tie as the pair, who both have positions as senior advisers at the White House, headed to work.
Duo: Her husband Jared was also pictured leaving the house on Friday morning in a suit and tie as the pair, who both have positions as senior advisers at the White House, headed to work
Just the previous night, Ivanka’s father and the first lady hosted a black-tie dinner for the White House Historical Association—but the first daughter and her husband were nowhere to be seen during the glamorous event.
The mother of three’s relaxed and carefree attitude on Friday morning contrasted with the low profile she previously maintained over the past few mornings, during which she avoided photographers by leaving her house in a blacked-out SUV.
She was pictured leaving her house shortly after 8am, wearing a pretty pink dress with a floral pattern, along with her trusty own-brand high heels.
The previous night, Ivanka and her husband had dinner with Ted Cruz and his wife Heidi at Italian seafood restaurant Fiola Mare.
Ivanka’s outing on Thursday came after she revealed in an interview that she will not ever publicly criticize her father, because she considers herself ‘part of the team’.
‘To voice dissent publicly would mean I’m not part of the team,’ the first daughter and top White House aide told the Financial Times. ‘When you’re part of a team, you’re part of a team.’
She added that she believes people had ‘unrealistic expectations’ regarding her influence over her father and his decision making, insisting that ‘my presence in and of itself’ would not ever cause President Trump to ‘abandon his core values’.
‘To those critics, shy of turning my father into a liberal, I’d be a failure to them,’ Ivanka added.
Sartorial: The mother-of-three was pictured leaving her home shortly after 8am on Thursday, wearing a pretty pink dress with a floral pattern
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