Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump split their parenting duties this morning by each taking a different child to school.
The 36-year-old father was spotted leaving his Washington, D.C. home with their son Joseph, holding the three-year-old’s backpack.
Meanwhile, Ivanka, 35, left about 10 minutes later with their six-year-old daughter Arabella, promptly hopping onto a blacked-out SUV in the upscale neighborhood of Kalorama, where she and Jared reside with their three children.
Dad duties: Jared Kushner was spotted leaving his Washington, D.C. home this morning with his son Joseph, holding the three-year-old’s backpack in his hand
Fun: The 36-year-old father headed out in a suit and tie, his business attire contrasting with the bright colors of Joseph’s backpack, which seemed to be adorned with red and blue cars
Ready for PE? The little boy walked a few feet away from his father, dressed in a sweater, Nike pants, and sneakers for his day of school
In high spirits: Jared was all smiles as he and Joseph headed out for the day in the upscale neighborhood of Kalorama, where Jared and Ivanka live with their three children
Mother and daughter: Meanwhile, Ivanka, 35, left about 10 minutes later with their six-year-old daughter Arabella, promptly hopping onto a blacked-out SUV
Bye! Ivanka and Arabella were hidden by the blacked-out windows of the Secret Service vehicle as they headed out for the day
Jared was all smiles as he and Joseph headed out for the day. The little boy walked a few feet away from his father, dressed in a sweater, Nike pants, and sneakers for his day of school.
His father headed out in a suit and tie, his business attire contrasting slightly with the bright colors of Joseph’s backpack, which seemed to be adorned with red and blue cars.
Ivanka and Arabella were hidden by the blacked-out windows of the Secret Service vehicle as they headed out for the day.
Yesterday, the First Daughter made her usual trip from the front door of her home to her car, as always attended by a bevy of photographers who snapped her picture as she smiled and stepped into the Secret Service SUV.
She seemed to be sticking with the mod theme she has been trying out this week, mixing plaid pants and a snug top with a wide cut-out across her chest.
Ivanka added a pop of color with low pointy-toe slingbacks, pulled her hair into a ponytail, and slipped on a pair of large hoop earrings, making for a decidedly ’60s look.
She’s a mod girl: Ivanka Trump was seen leaving her home in D.C. on Tuesday
Oh, you’re here for me? Ivanka smiled at photographers waiting outside and carried a cup of coffee
Visit: Later on Monday, Ivanka visited US Marines in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Event: The First Daughter spoke during the visit with US Marines on Monday (pictured)
The First Daughter seems to be committing to this ’60s theme this week, as she wore a similarly retro outfit on Monday.
Leaving her house, she was seen sporting a bright yellow sweater with a crew neck, which she paired with a plaid skirt with a slit.
She wore her hair in loose curls around her shoulders, which she pushed back to show off the most eye-catching element of her look: a pair of oversized earrings several inches wide and long.
Her heels, too, were an unusual choice for the First Daughter: though black and understated in the front, they featured a trendy clear heel.
Ready! She started her week with an edgy touch on Monday, spicing up her work outfit with several quirky accessories
Respect: Later on Monday, Ivanka and Jared took part in a moment of silence for the victims of the Las Vegas shooting that has left 58 people dead and 515 injured
Ivanka and Jared both came under fire last week along with his wife for using private email addresses to conduct official business.
Jared is among six White House officials who discussed White House matters using private email addresses, along with Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus, the New York Times reported citing ‘current and former’ officials.
As for Ivanka, she used a private account to communicate with a government official while working as an unofficial adviser in the early days of her father’s administration, Newsweek wrote.
Last week, their accounts were re-routed from a server hosted by Microsoft to two housed at the Trump Organization after coming under public scrutiny,USA Today reported yesterday.