Ivanka Trump Has Living Room Campout with the Kids as She Stays Home with Her Family Amid Coronavirus Fears

Joe Akins
Mar 19, 2020
03:00 A.M.
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Ivanka Trump used her time to "plan living room camp" with her kids following her self isolation. The first daughter came in contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus. 


President Trump's Senior Advisor, Ivanka Trump, came in contact with a minister of the Australian Government for an official event. Days later, the minister tested positive for coronavirus.

Following this, the first daughter of the United States Of America is in self-quarantine at her home with her family. The mother of three decided to convert her self-isolation into quality time spent with her three children.

Ivanka Trump at El Centro community college on October 3, 2019 in Dallas, Texas | Photo: Getty Images


The 38-year-old mother shared pictures via Instagram, showing her plan for a living room camp with her adorable children.

The first picture showed a propped up sheet, made to resemble a camp tent. The former businesswoman shared some tips for others who would like to create the same for themselves. She said,

"‪Throw a bedsheet over some taped together brooms or a rolling rack to create a tent. Plan a menu together and 'pack' sandwiches, salads ... whatever you enjoy."


The political advisor noted that the living room camp idea was a "tried and true activity" that would bring a "family together for a meal." The caption also included the "#SocialDistancingWorks" hashtag.

The mother of three has been home since Friday, following reports that the Australian Minister for Home Affairs, Peter Dutton had contracted the virus, according to a report by Dailymail.


The Senior Advisor and the United States Attorney Bill Barr met on March 5 with the minister at a meeting that involved officials from the following countries, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the US.

The following day, Ivanka met with Presidents Donald Trump and Jair Bolsonaro at Mar-a-Lago. That same day, Bolsonaro's aide test results showed he had the virus.


The next day, she attended an event with her father and Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro, the same day that one of Bolsonaro's aides tested positive for the virus. 

Celebrities are also taking precautionary measures to protect themselves from the Corona pandemic. Some of them include Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande.

The country singer asked people to take the coronavirus virus seriously and to stop taking risks and self-isolate themselves. The grammy award singer asked people to stop frequenting bars and clubs.


Ariana Grande took to the micro-blogging site to express her disappointment at people who were not observing social distancing. The performer tweeted that "'This is the time to cancel plans."

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