Ivanka Trump made quite the sartorial impression when she was pictured this week for the first time in two months — looking every inch the Miami native in flattering workout clothes and some trendy shades of blue.
The 39-year-old former First Daughter was spotted stepping out of the luxury oceanfront Miami apartment complex, where she has lived with her husband Jared Kushner, 40, and their three children since January — as they left the White House at the end of the year. the presidency of her father Donald Trump.
Since moving to the Sunshine State, Ivanka has been almost out of the limelight — a stark contrast to her time in Washington, DC, when she was photographed almost every day stepping out of her house on her way to the office. .
Her latest outing on Saturday is almost two months to the day since she was last photographed in public seeing her accompanied by her ten-year-old daughter Arabella, with the mother and child sporting matching blue ensembles for the occasion.
Back in action! Ivanka Trump is pictured for the first time in two months enjoying a getaway with her 10-year-old daughter Arabella near their Miami apartment building
Soaking up the sun: 39-year-old showed off her Miami tan as she came out of her house in a light blue workout kit
Matchy matchy: Ivanka and Arabella wore complementary blue ensembles, which they paired with sporty sneakers
Funky: Arabella opted for a fun tie-dye ensemble and added a pale pink baseball cap to complete the look
Ivanka showed off her Florida golden tan in her pale blue ensemble, which she wore with some reflective turquoise shades and a pair of gray sneakers. As she stepped out of her apartment building, the former First Daughter pulled her long blonde hair into a ponytail with a white scrunchie around her wrist and completed the look with a white baseball cap to shield her face from the sun’s rays.
Arabella, the eldest Kushner sibling, wore a blue-and-white tie-dye hooded T-shirt and matching shorts, adding her own pale pink baseball cap and white-orange sneakers to complete her look.
Ivanka and her daughter appeared to be waiting for a car as they stood on the sidewalk outside Arte Surfside – the exclusive block of flats they’ve called home for the past seven months.
The pyramid-shaped Arte Surfside was designed by Italian architect Antonio Citterio. One of the developers is Alex Sapir, whose organization partnered with Donald Trump’s company to build the Trump Soho condo hotel in New York City in 2008.
Ivanka and Jared are believed to have rented the property for a year, and they will stay there as they build their own home on a $32 million plot of land on Indian Creek Island, which they bought last year — as well as an additional mansion from $24 million just a few blocks away, which they would have found in April, according to the real estate website the real deal.
The couple’s alleged new splurge has six bedrooms, eight-and-a-half bathrooms and was once owned by Spanish singer Julio Iglesias.
Cool: Ivanka wore bright blue reflective sunglasses to protect her eyes from the sun’s glare
Undercover: Ivanka has kept a very low public profile in recent months, with a source telling Fox News in June that she’s “focusing on family time”
Quality time: The former First Daughter is clearly enjoying her relaxed schedule since her father’s presidency ended in January
The 8,500-square-foot French Neoclassical residence sits on 1.26 acres and features 26-foot vaulted ceilings, a grand double staircase, open-plan entertainment areas, a large family and movie room, wood-panelled office, large gym and large bedroom with two full baths.
It also features manicured gardens, reflecting pools, a resort style pool and a large dock – although aerial photos of the mansion suggest it will require some extensive maintenance before it is ready to live in, as it has fallen into disrepair as it sits on the market.
Until it’s spruced up, Ivanka and Jared will likely stay at their apartment on Arte Surfside — which is just two blocks from the collapsed Champlain Towers South Condo, which collapsed in June in a devastating accident, killing nearly 100 people.
According to the Miami Herald, the former First Daughter and her husband donated money to pay for food for a week for the first responders who tried to save the surviving residents of the building just days after it collapsed.
The couple and their children were not at home when the building collapsed.
In addition to providing support to the first responders who helped at the site of the collapse, Ivanka and Jared have also been busy getting their lives back on track in the months since the Trump presidency came to an end.
As happy as can be: Although she kept a straight face most of the time, the former First Daughter flashed a small smile at one point during her short outing
Shocking: The luxury building where the Trump-Kushners live is just two blocks from the building that collapsed earlier this year, killing nearly 100 people
Helping Hand: According to the Miami Herald, Ivanka and Jared donated money to buy food for a week for the first responders who worked day and night to save the residents of the collapsed Champlain Towers South Condo.
Sources told Fox News in June that Ivanka was eager to devote herself to spending time with her family, after a busy four years as an advisor to her father.
All three of her children – Arabella, Joseph and Theodore – currently attend a Hebrew school a short distance from their Miami apartment, and the doting mother has been seen a few times transporting them to and from their studies since moving to Florida.
Meanwhile, Jared plans to launch a new investment company that will be based out of his new home in Miami.
The move takes Jared away from real estate, where he took on an empire built by his own father, and links him to a region where he helped key allies sign the Abraham Peace Accords and forge new commercial ties with Israel. .
Jared, the former chief executive of Kushner Companies, who served as the senior adviser to the Republican president in the White House, is in the final stages of launching an investment company called Affinity Partners headquartered in Miami, sources in Miami said. July.
He also plans to open offices in Israel to pursue regional investments to connect Israel’s economy as well as India, North Africa and the Gulf, said two people briefed on the plan, speaking on condition of anonymity. .
He has also worked on a book on his White House tenure, advising Trump on nearly all of his top priorities.
It’s scheduled to come out in 2022, and he reportedly got a seven-figure advance, CNN reported.