Ivanka Trump Is Missing Baby Theodore While at Republican National Convention
Ivanka Trump is working hard to balance her role as a supportive daughter and doting mom.
On Tuesday, the businesswoman shared a relatable mommy moment when she took to Instagram revealing how much she’s going to miss her newborn while she’s in Cleveland supporting her father Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention.
“I’m going to miss this little boy when I’m in Cleveland!!! NYC [to] Cleveland #RNC,” she captioned a smiley photo of her youngest child, Theodore James.
And the day after her Tuesday appearance at the RNC, Ivanka gave her followers a glimpse into her busy night — which included time spent chatting with her children back home.
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“A quiet moment Facetiming with the kids minutes before my father officially became the Republican nominee for President of the United States!” she wrote alongside a photo her backstage.
The mom of three — she and husband Jared Kushner are also parents to daughter Arabella, 5, and son Joseph, 2 — later shared a family snap featuring her kids, writing, “Missing my monkeys!”
Ivanka, 34, welcomed her third child in March, but she didn’t let pregnancy or a newborn stop her from being an active participant in her father’s presidential campaign, as she’s showed up to a number of his rallies and events.
The double duty paid off on Tuesday night, as Ivanka saw her father — who was named the GOP’s presumptive nominee in May — become the party’s official candidate during day two of the RNC.
Ivanka’s brother Donald Trump Jr. announced the 89 votes that put the billionaire businessman over the minimum requirement of necessary delegates, after which Ivanka called the moment “surreal,” as she and Donald Jr. teared up.
— Naja Rayne and Anya Leon