Ivanka Trump leads the way at the 55th annual Munich Security Conference schmoozing with world leaders alongside Jared Kushner and the Pences
- Ivanka attended the 55th annual Munich Security Conference on Saturday
- With her husband in-tow, Ivanka schmoozed with world leaders and politicians
- The 37-year-old seemed to enjoy the summit – unlike her father at G7 in 2017
- She took a specific liking to Angela Merkle, complementing her ‘sense of humor’
Ivanka Trump is said to be working hard behind the scenes of Washington DC to implement her paid family leave initiative – and she certainly didn’t shy away from the spotlight in Munich this week either.
The President’s daughter, who herself is believed to have presidential ambitions, delivered a rousing speech at the 55th annual Munich Security Conference on Saturday.
Accompanied by Vice President, Mike Pence, and her husband, Jared, Ivanka schmoozed with world leaders at the summit discussing a wealth of topics such as trade and international security, as well as the the future of NATO.
Ivanka seemed to strike a particular accord with Angela Merkel, telling Bild she admired her ‘leadership on the world stage’, as well as her ‘company and sense of humor.’
‘The Chancellor’s dedication to vocational education and the economic empowerment of women are just two areas in which we share common goals and interests,’ she added.
In a stark contrast to her father’s solemn showing at a G7 summit in 2017, Ivanka seemed to revel in meeting with both leaders of today, and leaders of the future.
With Husband Jared in-tow, Ivanka arrives at the 55th annual Munich Security Conference in Germany, on Saturday
According to political author Michael Wolff, the daughter of the President is determined to become the first female occupant of the White House
Alongside Mike and Karen Pence (left), Ivanka listened to world leaders address global security issues
Ivanka delivered her own rousing speech in front of world leaders at the annual meeting
Ms Trump’s speech was met with a much warmer reception than Mike Pence’s yesterday, after sending the President’s regards was met with a five second silence
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde (right) seemed to take a shine to the 37-year-old
Ivanka also held a lengthy chat with the Chairwoman of Germany’s Christian Democratic Union party Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer
The mother-of-three was all smiles on her Instagram story too, as a lunchtime break turned to sight seeing
Back to business, Ivanka shared a laugh with Germany’s defense minister Ursula von der Leyen (right)
In a stark contrast to her father at 2017 G7 summit, Ivanka seemed to revel in meeting leaders, both current and future