The three children of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner discover more of the Middle East with a trip to Qatar to watch a World Cup match.
The family of five attended Brazil’s game against Serbia on Thursday, along with the 41-year-old businesswoman. share a photo of the release via Twitter the following day.
Arabella, 11, Joseph, 9, and Theodore, 6, smiled while sitting next to their father, also 41, as they uploaded to social media on Friday.
Trump, for her part, stood in an all-white outfit, with the Lusail Stadium soccer field visible behind her.
The sporting event came on the heels of Donald Trump’s daughter showing off her family’s trip to Egypt.
“A day at the Pyramids! 🐫” the former senior adviser captioned an Instagram slideshow on Monday, which featured camel rides, church visits and more.
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“So special to explore the beauty of Egypt for the first time with my family!” Ivanka continued.
She and her loved ones explored “the wonders of Luxor” two days later.
Ahead of their vacation, Ivanka jumped on her dad’s 2024 campaign announcement, writing in a Nov. 16 statement that she “doesn’t plan to get involved in politics” this time around.
“I love my dad very much,” the former ‘Apprentice’ judge shared. “I choose to prioritize my young children and the privacy we create as a family.”
Ivanka noted that she plans to “support” the former president “outside the political arena,” concluding, “I am grateful to have had the honor to serve the American people and I will always be proud of the many achievements of our administration”.
The death of Ivanka’s mother, Ivana Trump, in July played a role in her decision, a source told the Post earlier this month.
Another insider alleged that Donald, 76, spoke to Ivanka at the wedding of Tiffany Trump and Michael Boulos in a failed attempt to convince her to join him on stage.
Donald’s son, Donald Trump Jr., was also conspicuously absent from the Mar-a-Lago reveal. His younger brothers, Eric Trump and Barron Trump, were present, however.
New York Post