Ivanka Trump, 39, scrunched her face up in sobs as she watched her dad in the final hours of his presidency arriving at Joint Base Andrews and boarding a plane south to Palm Beach, Florida.
Accompanied by her husband and her children, the First Daughter also stood alongside her siblings Eric, Don. Jr., and Tiffany — the latter of whom were trying their best to hold it together during the emotional sendoff.and her siblings as they watched their time in D.C. come to an end and their father fly off.
Ivanka wore an old favorite for the chilly outing, a $2,994 cream-colored Altuzarra coat with black buttons she’s had since 2017, and accessorizing with heeled black boots.
She walked across the tarmac with her youngest son, Theodore, while her husband Jared Kushner held hands of their son Joseph and daughter, Arabella.
None of the Trump children wore face masks for the event, however Ivanka’s three children were all seen with cloth coverings over their mouths and noses, although eldest Arabella removed hers while her grandfather addressed the crowd.
Although she left her face mask at home, Ivanka does seem to have utilized a tube a waterproof mascara, staying perfectly made-up as she got emotional during the speech.
Meanwhile, her younger sister Tiffany, 27, seemed watery-eyed as she watched, managing to hold back her own tears during her dad’s goodbye.
The younger First Daughter put fashion over function for the outing, choosing a coat without sleeves for the chilly occasion.
Her camel-colored coat featured long slits down each arm, exposing her arms to the cold and showing off the bright pink lining inside.
She also used the opportunity to show off her new engagement ring after announcing yesterday that she intends to tie the knot with her fiancé Michael Boulos.