Ivanka Trump & Family: Celebrate Sukkot

Ivanka Trump & Family: Celebrate Sukkot

New parents Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner were all smiles as they took their 2-month-old daughter Arabella to lunch in New York City on Thursday (October 13). The family-of-three also went to their local temple to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.

“The most fun part of being a mother so far is watching Arabella grow and experience different things every day; it is also the hardest part though,” Ivanka said recently. “I feel like she will be out of the house and off to college before Jared and I know it.”

She went on to talk about choosing the baby name. “I have always loved the name Arabella, and Jared’s grandmothers had names beginning with an A and an R. We wanted to pay a subtle homage to those two strong and wonderful women while also adopting a name that was very unique. Plus, we thought that the initials, ARK, were cool!”

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  1. Anonymous

    Awww!! She’s a mini Ivanka

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  2. Rosy

    She is beautiful! Wow. I agree with anonymous, she does look just like Ivanka!

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  3. Sophia

    Aw Arabella! She looks so sweet and serene, and just like her mama.

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  4. lil

    Her husband is very cute, they are a adorable family;D

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  5. nicoleC

    Ivanka looks so weird abt her outfit

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    • Shirah

      Ivanka is dressed modestly, in an attempt to conform to Orthodox standards: i.e. she is not exposing her arms, the skirt is knee length (probably not long enough to be appropriate) and she is wearing a hat to cover her hair (married women are to cover their hair). I think it is very interesting that she is willing to make such changes, even if it is only when she goes to synagogue.

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    • Shirah

      Ivanka is dressed modestly, in an attempt to conform to Orthodox standards: i.e. she is not exposing her arms, the skirt is knee length (probably not long enough to be appropriate) and she is wearing a hat to cover her hair (married women are to cover their hair). I think it is very interesting that she is willing to make such changes, even if it is only when she goes to synagogue.

      Reply

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