Ivanka Trump reminded her fans and followers of the time that she made a visitation to NASA's Johnson Space Center with some throwback images on Instagram.
Ivanka Trump's 2018 visit to NASA's Johnson Space Center is an experience that she is yet to forget.
Ivanka Trump at Ivanka Trump Fragrance Launch on February 19, 2013 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
With the event still intact in her memory, the businesswoman and adviser to the US President took to her verified Instagram page to post several images that featured her inside the Space Center. The post, which has garnered over 200,000 likes, came with a caption that read in some parts:
"Looking back on an incredible visit to @nasajohnson with @nasa Administrator @jimbridenstine two years ago."
Several of her fans and followers subsequently took to the post's comment section to compliment her on her choice of outfit.
Ivanka, along with two of her children, Arabella and Joseph, looked stunning when she stepped out to attend Elon Musk's SpaceX rocket launch.
According to Daily Mail, the then-36-year-old opted for a classy off-white double-breasted blazer which came with a pair of matching pants and what appeared to be a red string bracelet on her wrist.
The mother of three, who revealed to the International Space Station team that she always wanted to be an astronaut, pulled another fashion move earlier this month.
Donning the now-necessary face mask, the first daughter looked ready for summer in her white button-down Lela Rose dress.
The now-38-year-old added a white handbag and a pair of nude pumps, which seemed to go well with her low bun hairdo, to her outfit.
The businesswoman and her kids were among those who traveled with Ivanka's father, President Donald Trump, and Vice President Mike Pence to Florida for the event. Unfortunately, the launch failed to happen, which Daily Mail noted was caused by bad weather.
That, however, didn't stop Donald as he promised that he would return to the Sunshine State on Saturday to watch NASA's second attempt to launch SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule and Falcon 9 rocket.
The Washington Post pointed out that if the flight had occurred, it would have been the peak of years of hard work and dedication.
The mission is a test flight which is designed to confirm that both the rocket and spacecraft can fly humans safely.
Once the task is complete, NASA and SpaceX would analyze the data and verify the spacecraft's safety for additional missions. These missions would regularly carry as many as four astronauts to the space station and back.