Ivanka Trump Shares Thanksgiving Memory with Childhood Pic of Herself and Mom Ivana Posing Next to a Turkey in Their Kitchen
First daughter Ivanka Trump recently took to social media to share a heartwarming throwback picture that featured her mom, Ivana, to mark Thanksgiving.
In the photo, a younger Ivanka is helping her mother, Ivana Trump, baste a turkey in the Connecticut mansion her parents shared before they got divorced in 1991.
While Ivanka holds a silver gravy boat in her hands, her mother scoops the juices from their Thanksgiving turkey in their mint-green tiled kitchen.
The first daughter captioned the post, "Happiness is homemade," alongside the hashtag #ThanksgivingMemories and added a turkey emoji to show her excitement.
While the tweet wasn't free from critics, many fans were quick to give positive remarks about the emotional photo that spoke to the essence of family during Thanksgiving.
One fan tweeted:
"Thank you for sharing photos full of happiness and fun."
Another user asked the first daughter to remain positive while others wished her a Happy Thanksgiving.
The lovely Thanksgiving post comes days after Ivanka Inquistr states that Ivanka attended the first all women's spacewalk. While people noted her presence, what truly caught their attention was the nearly $2,000 elegant gray dress she wore to the event.
The gray dress, which was made by designer, Rosie Assoulin came with multicolored stripes in red, green, and purple.
Additionally, the dress had a long-sleeved plaid style and a low cut neck that modestly covered the special advisor's cleavage.
The businesswoman and author finished her look with brown pump heels and a Chanel bag. Despite looking her best, Daily Mail notes that Ivanka had a sad look early in the morning as she left her house for the event.
However, by the end of the day, the "Women Who Work" writer was back to her normal self when she returned to her father's side. Ivanka sat to the left of her father as he congratulated NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch.
The duo had just directed the first all-female spacewalk outside of the International Space Station.