Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner will celebrate 10th wedding anniversary at ‘rustic’ Camp David with intimate party – and no paparazzi
- Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner will toast a decade of marriage this weekend at Camp David
- DailyMail.com learned there will be a ‘small family event at camp,’ with Vanity Fair reporting that all of the couple’s siblings will attend
- President Trump was headed to the ‘very rustic’ retreat in Maryland’s Catoctin Mountains after a day trip to South Carolina Friday
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner will be celebrating a decade of marriage this weekend at Camp David.
A source familiar with the party told DailyMail.com there would be a ‘small family event at camp,’ which will be far from the flashbulbs of paparazzi that capture the couple daily in front of their Washington, D.C. abode.
Vanity Fair, which first reported on the fete, said the couple’s family would attend – including all the siblings – as well as a ‘number of close friends’ and President Trump.
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump will mark 10 years of marriage this weekend at Camp David with an intimate gathering of family and friends
Ivanka Trump marked the couple’s anniversary Friday with an Instagram post, showing a picture of their wedding day at Bedminster. They’re marking thei anniversary at Camp David
The president arrived at the Maryland presidential retreat, located in the Catoctin Mountains, after his appearance Friday afternoon in South Carolina.
When Trump first came into office he waited a full five months before heading to Camp David, a property owned by the American government, noting that it was ‘very rustic’ in comparison to his glitzy resorts.
He’s generally spent weekends at his Trump-branded properties instead – summering in Bedminster, New Jersey, voyaging to Mar-a-Lago in Florida when the weather turns cool and motorcading to the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia when he’s stuck in Washington.
Bedminster is also where ‘Javanka’ wed, in front of a crowd of 500 on October 25, 2009.
But presidents have long used Camp David for personal entertaining.
Both of President Obama’s daughters marked birthdays at Camp David. Here they’re pictured arriving back at the White House from the mountin retreat in October 2010
Chelsea Clinton (left) also celebrated her 16th birthday at the Maryland mountain property, inviting 30 friends along for the fun
Happy Birthday Boris! The Russian president was surprised with birthday presents and cake when he visited Camp David with President George H.W. Bush in 1992. Here he holds up a cowboy boot, complete with a Russian map, one of his presents
President Trump visited Camp David later in his tenure as president than his predecessors like President George W. Bush (left). Trump called it ‘very rustic’ at the time
During the last administration, both of President Obama’s daughters celebrated birthdays on the property.
In July 2009 – Obama’s first year in office – Malia Obama invited 20 friends to a party at Camp David to celebrate the dual occasion of her 11th birthday and the Fourth of July. Both Malia and Sasha marked other birthdays at Camp David as well.
Chelsea Clinton turned a sweet 16 at Camp David in 1996, inviting 30 friends to play paintball, watch movies and bowl.
Presidents have also used the retreat to fete friends.
Notably, President George H.W. Bush threw a celebration at Camp David for Russian President Boris Yeltsin’s 61st birthday. As gifts, Yeltsin received cowboy boots, complete with a map of Russia on them, and a White House parka.
Bush also surprised the Russian leader with a birthday cake.