Ivanka Trump & Family: Easter At Legoland

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Ivanka Trump spent the past weekend with her family in San Diego. The 31-year-old shared new photos including one of 20-month-old Arabella hugging a bear on Easter Sunday (March 31).

Ivanka also posted a snapshot of herself in a ride. She wrote via Instagram: Had more fun than the kids did at #legoland!”

People reports in an interview with Redbook – Ivanka shared what dad Donald Trump is like as a grandfather.

“He takes her all the time — but with me. He wouldn’t know what to do if she was crying or needed a diaper change. I think he’d figure it out. He was always a great father in that he was always there.”

She also said working with her dad and brothers has made the family closer stating, “Now that my brothers and I work with him, we’ve become even closer. If we talked a lot before, we speak 50 times a day now. I spend half the time in his office. It’s wild.”

The businesswoman – who raises Arabella with husband Jared Kushner -  does admit, “Oh, every morning I’m so sad to leave Arabella. But it’s important for me to continue what I’m doing. It’s fulfilling to me, and I think it makes me a better mom when I’m home.”

She added, “Incidentally, I hate the expression ‘working mom,’ because when I’m with Arabella on the weekends, I’m much more exhausted on Monday morning than I am on Friday night! “I think the expression ‘working’ versus ‘non-working’ implies that a mother who stays home doesn’t work. It’s far more difficult than anything I do in the office.”

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  1. nic

    when will you guy renew the daily poll :P

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  2. Anabelle

    lol. Arabella looks a little unsure about that bear! x

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  3. Kristina

    She kinda looks like she could be one of Jamie Oliver’s daughters :)

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  4. Oy

    It’s more like Passover in Legoland, no? I thought they were Jewish, and there’s nothing Easter-ish about the photos/description. I may be oversensitive as everyone assumes I celebrate Easter, too.

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