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Ivanka Trump shares photos of her three children with their grandfather in the Oval Office

Ivanka Trump‘s days in public office are coming to an end, and the First Daughter is already feeling nostalgic about the time her family has spent in the White House.

The White House senior adviser took to Instagram on Monday to share throwback photos of her three children — Arabella, Joseph, and Theo — spending quality time with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office last month. 

The behind-the-scenes family photos were taken on the day of the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony, which Ivanka, 39, noted in the caption, writing: ‘11.24.2020.’

Memories: Ivanka has shared throwback pictures of her children, Arabella, Joseph, and Theo (pictured), at the White House with their grandfather, President Donald Trump, last month 

All smiles: In one behind-the-scenes snapshot, Arabella, nine, Joseph, seven, and Theo, four, can be seen posing for a photo with their grandfather in the Oval Office

All smiles: In one behind-the-scenes snapshot, Arabella, nine, Joseph, seven, and Theo, four, can be seen posing for a photo with their grandfather in the Oval Office 

The first image in the series shows four-year-old Theo with his back to the camera as he talks to his grandfather, who is listening attentively while seated at his desk. 

In the next, Theo is smiling from ear to ear as he and his older siblings Arabella, nine, and Joseph, seven, huddle behind President Trump’s desk as they pose for a photo together. 

Ivanka’s youngest son is featured in all of the slideshow pictures, including a snapshot of him giving his grandfather a big hug. Another photo shows President Trump giving the little boy a pen. 

The Trump-Kushner children have their navy winter coats on in all of the images, except the last, which is an image of Theo in his gray suit and navy tie. 

The post was a hit with Trump supporters and received more than 80,000 likes in just one hour. Fans took to the comments to praise President Trump and the ‘precious’ photos. 

Bonding: Another shot shows little Theo running up to President Trump and giving him a hug

Bonding: Another shot shows little Theo running up to President Trump and giving him a hug 

Take it: President Trump appears to be giving Theodore an in one photo from the visit

Take it: President Trump appears to be giving Theodore an in one photo from the visit 

Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, 51, was among the commenters, writing: ‘These are the BEST love them so cute.’ 

President Trump and First Lady Melania are spending the holidays at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida. Ivanka and her family are presumably with them. 

Ivanka, who converted to Judaism to marry her husband Jared Kushner, wished her 7.5 million followers a happy holiday on Christmas Day by sharing a new family photo. 

The festive snapshot shows Ivanka and Jared, 39, posing with President Trump and their children at the White House. The image is believed to have been taken earlier in the week. 

All dressed up: The final photo in the post shows Theo dressed up in his suit and tie

All dressed up: The final photo in the post shows Theo dressed up in his suit and tie 

Looking back: The family photos were taken in the Oval Office on November 24, the day of the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony (pictured)

Looking back: The family photos were taken in the Oval Office on November 24, the day of the annual White House turkey pardoning ceremony (pictured)  

Ivanka had on a camel coat and maroon turtleneck, while Jared cut a more casual figure in a navy zip-up coat. Navy was the color of choice for their children; Arabella wore a navy dress while the boys donned matching navy coats, khakis, and loafers.

President Trump managed to brave a smile despite his ongoing quests to overturn the results of November’s election.    

It was certainly a happy Christmas for the Kushner clan after President Trump offered his son-in-law Jared’s father Charles Kushner a full pardon on Wednesday, the day before Christmas Eve. 

The 66-year-old real estate magnate spent 14 months in prison in the mid-2000s after pleading guilty to 18 counts of illegal campaign contributions, tax evasion, and witness tampering  

The White House issued a statement announcing the pardon citing his philanthropy work since leaving prison.  

All together: Ivanka shared this new family photo on Friday to wish her followers a 'Merry Christmas!'

All together: Ivanka shared this new family photo on Friday to wish her followers a ‘Merry Christmas!’

Family: President Trump granted his son-in-law Jared Kushner's father Charles a full pardon last Wednesday. Charles, 66, is pictured with Jared, 39, in 2012

Family: President Trump granted his son-in-law Jared Kushner’s father Charles a full pardon last Wednesday. Charles, 66, is pictured with Jared, 39, in 2012

The day after the pardon, Ivanka shared photos of herself posing with Jared at a White House Christmas party. The couple was dressed to the nines, with Jared in a tux and Ivanka wearing a figure-hugging black dress. 

‘Merry Christmas Eve!’ she captioned the photos. 

Ivanka has been sharing more and more personal pictures as her family’s time in the White House nears its end. 

It’s unclear if the Trump-Kushners will return to New York City, where they already have a home, but signs point to them ending up in Florida.  

Speculation has been swirling that Ivanka will run for the U.S. Senate in Florida in 2022 after it was revealed that she and her husband Jared reportedly purchased a $31 million plot of land on Miami’s ‘Billionaire Bunker.’ 

Celebrating: The day after the pardon, Ivanka shared photos of herself posing with Jared at a White House Christmas party

Celebrating: The day after the pardon, Ivanka shared photos of herself posing with Jared at a White House Christmas party

Decked out: The couple was dressed to the nines, with Jared in a tux and Ivanka wearing a figure-hugging black dress

Decked out: The couple was dressed to the nines, with Jared in a tux and Ivanka wearing a figure-hugging black dress

She may also be writing a book about her time as First Daughter, according to a new report.  

A source told the New York Post that Ivanka has been ‘keeping extensive notes’ on the past four years she’s spent in President Trump’s White House, acting as her father’s adviser. 

These West Wing notes, the source told the newspaper, could be the basis of a third book, which she has apparently been approached about writing.   

Ivanka has already written two books: The Trump Card in 2009 and Women Who Work in 2017. 

The source suggested that Ivanka’s potential interest in writing a third book would be because ‘she wants to set the record straight on a long list of issues, including confronting her critics head-on.’   

New deal? Ivanka (pictured in August) is said to have been approached about writing a third book, which would be about her time as First Daughter and adviser to her father

New deal? Ivanka (pictured in August) is said to have been approached about writing a third book, which would be about her time as First Daughter and adviser to her father

Ivanka has previously written two books, the first was 2009's The Trump Card

Ivanka's second book, 2017's Women Who Work

Third one’s a charm? Ivanka has previously written two books: The Trump Card in 2009 and Women Who Work in 2017 

Among the topics this book could address would be the notions that she was ‘out of her depth as the president’s adviser,’ as well as rumors that President Trump was sidelining her and the alleged tension between herself and Melania, the source said. 

Ivanka would also potentially write about ‘the very important things she got done with women’s issues, family leave, and more.’

The source also noted that if Ivanka were to write a third book, she would ‘address what she says is the targeting of her life and business by the liberal media, [Democratic] politicians and the New York attorney general.’ 

Two New York State fraud investigations have been launched into President Trump and the Trump Organization concerning tax write-offs on millions of dollars in consulting fees following a New York Times report in November.

Some of those alleged fees were said to have been given to Ivanka.

Ivanka tweeted the fraud investigations were ‘harassment pure and simple’ and that ‘This “inquiry” by NYC democrats is 100% motivated by politics, publicity and rage.’ 

She also wrote: ‘This fishing expedition is very clearly part of a continued political vendetta.’ 




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