Ivanka Trump Shared Loving Tribute to Husband Jared Kushner on Valentine's Day
Ivanka Trump took the opportunity of Valentine's Day to post a sweet tribute in honor of her loving husband, Jared Kushner, with whom she's been married to for ten years.
Ivanka Trump shared a cute black-and-white photo of Jared staring lovingly at her and in the caption, the first daughter of the US President wrote,
"My Love. My Champion. My Rock. My Valentine!"
Many of Ivanka Trump's followers were left in awe of the photo and sweet tribute to her husband; they took to the comment section to share their thoughts about it. One said:
"What an absolutely stunning and powerful photo."
Ivanka's Valentine's Day tribute to her husband comes after she posted a sweet birthday message in his honor on his 39th birthday.
The lovebirds, however, ended their relationship due to religious differences.
In the birthday post, Ivanka shared two beautiful pictures of herself and Jared; with the first photo showing them, all smiles, as they sat at a dinner table.
The second picture showed the couple cuddled up as they posed in their hooded jackets, with Jared wearing a face cap, while Ivanka wore dark shades.
In the caption to the post, Ivanka wished her husband a happy birthday, before going on to thank him for making each day of her life lighter, brighter, and full of happiness.
The sweet couple got married in 2009, at the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey, and are parents to three lovely children, daughter, Arabella Rose Kushner, and sons, Theodore James Kushner, and Joseph Frederick Kushner.
They met in 2007 at the networking lunch of President Donald Trump's longtime business partner and began dating soon after the meeting.
The lovebirds, however, ended their relationship due to religious differences, as Jared Kushner was raised in the traditions of Modern Orthodox Jews.
Jared and Ivanka began dating again, after meeting at an event hosted by a mutual friend. After Ivanka's conversion to Judaism, they got engaged, and finally got married, and have remained so ever since.