Ivanka Trump had a lot of fun on the Florida sunshine while she took her children speedboating in Miami Sunday with her three kids.
In a black top with buttoned destroyed denim shorts, the 40-year old looked like she was ready for adventure. The sporty outfit was completed with black sunglasses and a baseball cap.
Ivanka was all smiles as she watched her children — Arabella, ten, Joseph, eight, and Theodore, five — tubing behind the speedboat during the afternoon outing.
Ivanka Trump and her three children (Arabella, 10, Joseph, 8 and Theodore), spent Sunday afternoon on a speedboat in Miami.
The photo shows the 40-year old with her son Theodore and daughter Arabella. She wore a black wetsuit, but she wasn’t seen getting in the water.
The mother watched her kids go tubing behind the speedboat. Joseph (pictured) and Theodore were taking turns along with their big sisters.
Long blonde hair of the mom was pulled back and pulled through the cap. The mom wore minimal jewelry. She wore a ring, a couple of bracelets and the red string that she wears often on her left hand.
Although she didn’t speak about the intended purpose of the bracelet, there is a similarity to the red string Kabbalah people use to protect themselves from the evil eye.
Arabella, Ivanka’s miniature-me daughter, wore a baseball hat like her mother and a light blue and light white striped sweatshirt over a light pink swimsuit.
She made sure that her sons, who were younger than hers, had rashguards on and baseball caps for themselves.
Ivanka smiled as her children had fun in the pool behind her
Ivanka took many photos as Joseph was handling the rope that connected to her tub.
Ivanka chose to pair her wetsuit, buttoned destroyed denim shorts and black caps with mirrored shades.
Ivanka watched Joseph & Arabella tube while Theodore was next to the boat driver.
Mom wore long brunette hair pulled up through her baseball cap in a messy ponytail.
Ivanka’s stylish wetsuit had a gold zipper running down its back. The back of the wetsuit was not a top, but a leotard.
Theodore, a little boy who was wearing a baseball cap with a rashguard to keep him safe from the sun, stood next to his mother.
Jared Kushner (ex-White House Senior Advisor) was not present on the speedboat with her husband. However, he was spotted at numerous family outings over recent months.
Ivanka didn’t seem to want to go in the water with Joseph or Theodore, so she opted to remain on the boat, while Joseph and Theodore went tubing together with their sibling.
Theodore was sat next to his speedboat driver when he wasn’t in water.
As her youngest daughter and oldest son enjoyed tubing with her, the mother-of-three smiled wide as her mouth.
Arabella, Ivanka’s daughter-in-law, smiled big as she got set to leave the dock.
Arabella was dressed in a lightweight blue-white striped sweatshirt, and a baseball hat before getting into the pool.
Ivanka was observed checking her cell phone as she was enjoying the Florida sunshine while onboard the speedboat.
She was proud to have her smartphone in her hands, ready for any photo opportunity
Jared Kushner was Ivanka’s former White House senior advisor, but he wasn’t there on the speedboat.
Ivanka stayed focused on her children while the driver drove the boat.
She proudly photographed her children in the water with her phone.
Since her dad’s defeat, the former first-daughter and her family moved to Miami in early this year.
Ivanka, Jared, and their three children have been living in one of Miami’s most exclusive oceanfront buildings, Arte Surfside.
It is one of the most costly complexes in the area, with an average rent price of $47,000 per month. Its penthouse sold for $33 million to an unnamed private equity executive from New York in January of this year — the same month that Ivanka and her family moved into the building.
Since moving to Miami, Ivanka and her family enjoy many boat trips.
Since her move from Washington, D.C., to Miami, Ivanka kept an extremely low profile.
For sun exposure, her first child carried water in a small carton.
Ivanka relaxed while her kids enjoyed the sun on the December day on the boat.
As a precaution, the children put on life vests prior to getting in the tube.
Ivanka laughed brightly while taking a photo of her children from an angle different to the boat
The Kushner family is said to be using the large, unfurnished unit as a temporary home while they build a property on a two-acre plot they purchased on Indian Creek Island — also known as the ‘Billionaire Bunker’ — for $31.8 million late last year.
The Real Deal reports that they bought another $24 Million mansion just around the corner.
According to the couple, their new home has six bedrooms and eight and a quarter bathrooms. The property was owned once by Julio Iglesias in Spain.
This French Neo-Classical Residence measures 8,510 square feet and sits on 1.26 Acres. It features 26-feet high domed ceilings and an open staircase.
Arabella’s hair started to fly behind her, but she held onto the tube throughout the outing.
Joseph’s jaw dropped in delight as he grasped the plastic tube handles with both hands.
Ivanka and her children seem to love Florida because they are able to play outdoors all year.
Ivanka, Jared and their children moved to Miami earlier in the year with Jared’s husband.
Ivanka is rarely seen outside of her home with her children and has been quiet since then.
The Kushner family lived in Miami’s exclusive Arte Surfside building while they were in Miami.
You will also find manicured gardens, reflection pools, large docks, and an outdoor swimming pool. Unfortunately, the aerial photographs of the house suggest that the property needs to be maintained after falling into decline while it was on the market.
Ivanka, Jared, and their Arte Surfside condo will remain until it’s fixed up. It is just two blocks from the Champlain Towers South Condo that collapsed in June. This condominium left nearly 100 dead.
Ivanka and Jared moved to Miami in the summer of 2009. They have not been out with their kids since then.
It is quite a change from the days when their Washington, D.C. lives were filled with family outings to their exclusive neighborhood.