Ivanka Trump Stuns in Chic Red Dress While Posing with Husband Jared Kushner in a Recent Photo
Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner celebrate the new year dressed up in elegant formal-wear, as the first daughter wishes her followers a happy New Year.
Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner rung in the New Year in their best attire, as the couple post in elegant evening wear for New Year's eve. In her caption, Ivanka said:
"Happy New Year! Wishing everyone peace, love and joy in 2020! ❤."
In the picture, the couple stood side by side, holding each other in front of what looks like the patterned walls of religious buildings.
Ivanka and Jared married 2009 at Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey in 500. She converted to Judaism before their union because Jared was raised in the Modern Orthodox Jewish tradition. So religion plays a huge role in their lives.
For the event, Jared was dressed in a black tuxedo with a matching bowtie. Complimenting her husband's formal look, Ivanka opted for a long, bright red satin dress. The dress was modest with a high collar and elbow-length cape sleeves.
She accessorized her look with large pearl earrings and a red bracelet. With her hair in a wavy bun, Ivanka's make-up was understated with a shimmering bronzer, dark smokey eyes, and nude lip.
With a private jet at their disposal, they also enjoy travelling. Over the Christmas holiday, they jetted off to Paris for a romantic getaway, where they spent time sightseeing at museums and the Eiffel tower.
Living their VIP lifestyle with their three children Joseph, Arabella, and Theodore can be a handful for the hands-on mother, in a recent Instagram post from one of their travels she admitted:
"Theo busted attempting a stealth exit from AF1 last night while I was distracted prying melted M&Ms out of my daughter's hands. Thanks to the US Secret Service I narrowly avoided a major parenting fail!"
So it is safe to say that the elegant couple probably dressed up for an intimate yet sophisticated evening for New Year's eve and not any sort of wild celebrations.