Ivanka Trump looked stunning in a gingham dress and nude stilettos as she carried her one-year-old son Theodore to Marine One on Thursday after she and her family arrived in New York City on Air Force One.
The 35-year-old mom was photographed holding her baby boy on the tarmac at JFK International Airport while her husband Jared Kushner, 36, walked ahead of her with their daughter Arabella, five, and their son Joseph, three.
The family flew from Washington, D.C. to New York with Ivanka’s father, President Donald Trump, and they were dressed to the nines for the quick jaunt back to their home state.
As they walked towards Marine One, Ivanka balanced Theodore on her hip, while Jared walked hand in hand with Arabella and Joseph.
The children looked darling in complementary outfits, Arabella in a cardigan and a plaid skirt and Joseph in a navy vest and pants.
Although she has a bevy of high-end designers at her fingertips, the First Daughter opted for a $128 gingham dress from from J. Crew, which she paired with nude stiletto sandals, a nude handbag from her eponymous fashion line, a gold chain necklace, and aviator sunglasses.
Meanwhile, Jared looked dapper in a slate gray suit and a black striped tie.
The couple looked just as glamorous when they were photographed walking on South lawn of the White House earlier in the day.
Ivanka had her arm wrapped around Jared’s as they headed towards Marine One with the president.
However, before they left, the couple listened to President Trump speak in the Rose Garden following the House of Representatives vote on his health care bill, and it seemed to be a great day for Ivanka and her family.
The mother-of-three was all smiles as she stepped out of her Washington, D.C. home on Thursday morning after her daughter Arabella happily passed out doughnuts to the Secret Service agents outside their residence.
The little girl was escorted by a Secret Service agent as she carried the plate filled with goodies to the group of men working outside her home, and they gladly grabbed some of the breakfast treats.
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