Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner showed off their romantic side on Sunday while enjoying a day at the beach in Miami with their kids.
As they spent some quality time with their sons Joseph, 8, and Theodore, 5, the couple also indulged in a public display of affection (PDA) by sharing a kiss on the sand. Their daughter, Arabella, 10, was not seen enjoying the day at the beach with them, reported Daily mail.
Ivanka, daughter of former US President Donald Trump, wore a cerulean blue dress with a sarong-style tie right in front. The bottom of her outfit got wet as she waded through the waves. The 40-year-old, whose blonde hair was pulled back, wore a wide-brimmed hat and dark sunglasses to shield herself from the Florida sun. On the jewelry side, she wore two bracelets, including the red cord that she usually wears on her left wrist, and a gold chain necklace.
Her husband chose a navy blue T-shirt and a neon green swimsuit for the afternoon outing. His t-shirt didn’t stay on for long and he showed off his abs while playing soccer with his sons and wading in the water.
Their sons had their boogie boards with them and wore blue patterned swimsuits. While Theodore, who was also wearing goggles and a rashguard, was in the water, he was seen getting help from Ivanka. The former first daughter had a smile on her face as she played with her sons. There was also a time when she was seen sitting on the sand looking at her husband and sons.
The exit comes after Ivanka slammed a government report on Friday that accused its Farmers-to-Families food box program of delivering rotten food and wasting taxpayer money, reported Daily mail. A spokesperson for Ivanka said it was “unhappy, but hardly surprising to see the media working hand in hand with Congressional Democrats in a desperate and transparent effort to distract from the incredible incompetence of the current administration “.
A report of the select subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis, written by Democrats on the panel, attacked the program, which was cut short by President Joe Biden in May. He accused the program of providing “windfall profits to unqualified food distributors who squandered taxpayer dollars.” The panel said the Trump administration had also used the program for political purposes.