Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner enjoyed some fun in the sun on a boat in Miami's Biscayne Bay with their family on Sunday after returning to Florida following her trip to New York City.
The 39-year-old showed off her figure in a black bikini while jumping off the back of the chartered boat into the crystal blue water with her nine-year-old daughter Arabella. Ivanka's sons — Joseph, seven, and Theodore, four — were already playing on a raft in the water when they took the plunge.
The family was also joined by Jared's notorious father Charles Kushner, who was jailed for 14 months in 2005 after pleading guilty to 18 counts of tax evasion, witness tampering, and making illegal campaign donations.
In December 2020, Charles received a full pardon from his son's father-in-law — former President Donald Trump — before he left office.
Out and about: Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner enjoyed some time with their children on a chartered boat in Miami's Biscayne Bay on Sunday
Having fun: The former First Daughter donned a black bikini and was seen jumping off the back of the boat into the water with her nine-year-old daughter Arabella
Splashing around: Ivanka's sons, Joseph, seven, and Theodore, four, were already playing on a raft in the water when they took the plunge
At the center of the trial was the revelation that Charles had hired a prostitute to seduce his brother-in-law, who at the time was cooperating with federal officials in an investigation into possible campaign finance violations committed by Charles.
The real estate developer then filmed the encounter between his brother-in-law and the woman, who was paid $10,000.
Jared, 40, and Charles, 66, were photographed sitting on the back of the boat while they watched Ivanka and Arabella jump into the water, though the latter was on a phone call and appeared to be preoccupied.
The former First Daughter had on a sporty, yet skimpy two-piece that showed off her curves, while Arabella donned a hot pink one-piece with a ruffle top and goggles on her head.
The little girl excitedly held her mother's hand as they jumped together while her younger brothers watched them.
Background: The chartered boat featured the Turkish flag and was named 'Alara,' which is a Turkish name
The more the merrier: The family was also joined by Jared's father Charles Kushner (top right)
Busy: Charles, 66, was on a phone call and appeared to be preoccupied when Ivanka and Arabella jumped into the water
Making memories: The Trump-Kushner family seem to be enjoying their new life in Miami after moving to Florida from Washington, D.C. in January
Both mother and daughter had wet hair, suggesting that they had had already been in the water earlier in the day.
Like Arabella, Joseph was also wearing goggles, and he had on a rash guard to protect him from the sun's rays.
While he sat comfortably on top of the blue raft, Theodore was in the water holding onto both the boat's ladder and the corner of the raft.
The chartered boat featured the Turkish flag and was named 'Alara' — which, in Turkish mythology, is the name of a water fairy.
Ivanka was later seen walking around the top deck of the boat with a towel wrapped around her waist while a shirtless Jared was laying in the sun in his swim trunks.
The former White House advisors seem to be enjoying their relaxed life in Miami after leaving Washington, D.C. and moving to the Sunshine State in January.
Heads up: Ivanka and Arabella made a splash when they jumped into the clear blue water
Drying off: Ivanka was later seen walking around the boat's top deck in a fluffy white towel
Relaxing: While she was drying of, a shirtless Jared was laying in the sun in his swim trunks
Relaxed: The former White House advisers have been kicking back since leaving D.C.
The Trump-Kushner family is living at the luxury apartment Arte Surfside, one of the most expensive complexes in the neighborhood, with an average rental price of nearly $47,000 per month.
Its penthouse sold for $33 million to an unnamed private equity executive from New York earlier this year.
It looks as though Ivanka and her family have quickly settled into Miami life in the weeks since they moved into their new apartment, which they are reported to have leased for a year while they build a more permanent home on a plot of land that they purchased at the end of 2020.
Their temporary apartment is located just over an hour away from Trump's Palm Beach resort Mar-a-Lago, which is where he and his wife Melania are now living with their son Barron.
While Ivanka appears to be happy in Miami, she returned to her home state of New York for a few days last week.
The born and bred New Yorker was first spotted in Manhattan last Wednesday when she was seen heading to Trump Tower wearing a long black wool coat and straight-leg jeans.
She was likely listening to music or a podcast as she had a pair of earbud headphones in her ears and her iPhone in her hand.
Keeping it casual: Ivanka returned to New York last week for the first time since she left D.C. She was seen heading to Trump Tower wearing a long black wool coat and straight-leg jeans last Wednesday
On the go: Ivanka was seen out and about in New York City on Thursday with her Secret Service agents in tow
Outfit of the day: The former First Daughter was dressed casually in a chambray shirt paired with a black turtleneck and skinny jeans when she stopped by her mother Ivana Trump's townhouse to drop off a belated birthday gift
The mother of three, who has taken on a more casual appearance since leaving her role as a White House senior adviser, topped off her outfit with a pair of black flats — a far cry from the heels she used to wear in Washington, D.C.
When she lifted her arm to hold her coat closed, she exposed the red string bracelet that she almost always wears on her left wrist.
Though she hasn't spoken about the purpose of the string, it does bear a resemblance to the type of red string that Kabbalah practitioners wear to ward off the 'evil eye.'
Ivanka was escorted by two Secret Service vehicles and was seen getting dropped off in front of the building.
She said hello to the doorman before making her way inside.
It's unclear when Ivanka had arrived in New York and whether she followed the state's COVID-19 restrictions. She and her husband Jared were seen holding hands on the beach in Miami just four days prior.
Catching some rays! Ivanka and her family are living at the luxury apartment building Arte Surfside, one of the most expensive complexes in Miami. She is often seen hanging out on her balcony enjoying the sunshine
Testing, testing... Ivanka was seen trying out special privacy glass for the balcony of her Miami apartment last month
Options: She chatted about her options with two workers, who stuck up samples of different adhesive that can be added to the glass to make it more opaque
New York's COVID-19 travel restrictions require all travelers to the state who want to opt out of the mandatory 10-day quarantine to produce a negative test at least three days before arrival.
They still must quarantine for three days before taking a second COVID-test. If both tests are negative, they can exit quarantine early.
Ivanka was out and about on Thursday, the day after she was spotted in the city, and while it's possible she was getting a COVID-19 test when she stopped by a doctor's office, she didn't go straight home after.
The former businesswoman was later seen taking a carefully wrapped present to her mother Ivana's townhouse, where she stayed for about an hour. Ivanka had missed her mother's 72 birthday on February 20 by five days.
The mother of three was dressed casually in a black turtleneck and black cropped skinny jeans that she paired with an open chambray button-up shirt for an extra layer of warmth and comfy black flats.
She had on a blue face mask when she walked into her mom's home, but it was off when she left.
It's unclear when Ivanka flew back to Miami after her short stay in New York.