Ivanka Trump flaunts huge dark ROOTS as she teaches Jared Kushner’s $24M mansion move to ride
Ivanka Trump was spotted with some atypical roots as she took her daughter Arabella, 11, to a horseback riding lesson in Miami.
The former first daughter’s natural brown hair seemed to peek through the top of her signature blonde locks, with a noticeable difference between her light highlights and her natural hair color.
In other photos taken earlier this month over the same weekend, Ivanka, 40, was seen sporting a wide-brimmed straw hat that hid her fashion faux pas.
The former first daughter stopped to fondle a nearby horse sweetly as she passed a stable.
Ivanka Trump cut a very stylish figure in a short dress with a floral print
Ivanka could be seen chatting to a horse at the Miami stables where her daughter rides
The former first daughter stopped to fondle a nearby horse sweetly as she passed a stable
She really liked a horse wearing purple ear covers as she stroked it with her arm
Ivanka seemed to get a real kick out of greeting the horses one by one
At one point, Ivanka appeared to be using her Apple iPhone extensively during the trip to her local stables
The former senior White House advisers bought a $24 million mansion in the village last year
Ivanka and Jared bought the mansion (to the right of the bridge) just over a year after dropping $31.8 million on a two-acre lot on Indian Creek in 2020
The couple closed a $32.2 million property in Indian Creek, a luxury island community in Miami-Dade County, Florida
The village’s population was last counted as 86 people, “several of whom are billionaires.” Pictured is a close-up of the house from above with builders present
The Kushners left Washington, DC at the end of President Donald Trump’s term in office and now live in Miami full-time.
Jared and Ivanka, who grew up in North Jersey and New York respectively, relocated to Florida after leaving their 8,200-square-foot home in Washington, DC’s affluent Kalorama neighborhood
They are currently living in a condo at Arte, a luxury high-rise complex in Miami, while their mansion is being built on the exclusive island community of Indian Creek.
The building is one of the most expensive complexes in Miami-Dade County, with an average rental price of almost $47,000 per month.
The penthouse was sold to an unnamed New York-based private equity executive for $33 million in January 2021 — the same month they moved into the building.
Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Ivanka Trump spending part of her weekend giving a horseback riding lesson to her daughter Arabella, 11, earlier this month
Ivanka could be seen chatting to the stable staff while her daughter stood nearby
Ivanka watched from the sidelines as her daughter led the horse
Ivanka was seen wearing dark sunglasses while holding a can of soda
Earlier this week they visited their lavish waterfront mansion being built on Indian Creek — an exclusive island known as the “Billionaires’ Bunker.”
The former senior White House advisers bought a $24 million fixer-upper in the village last year and have temporarily rented a condo while awaiting completion of their dream home.
Ivanka, 40, and Jared, 41, were accompanied by their daughter Arabella and younger son Theodore, six, as they walked to the property from their current home at Arte Surfside – a luxury building between Miami Beach and Bal Harbour.
Eventually, Ivanka turned to wave at someone she seemed to know
Ivanka got up to see her daughter sitting in the saddle behind the fence
Ivanka and Jared bought the property in April 2021, just over a year after dropping $31.8 million on a two-acre lot in the village.
Indian Creek has approximately 40 lots and 30 residences, all built around the island to offer water views.
The high-security community is also home to the Indian Creek Country Club. Ivanka and Jared both enjoy golf, but joining could be seen as an affront to their father, who has over a dozen golf courses to his name.
The couple began putting down roots at Indian Creek around the same time Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen lost $17 million for a plot of land in the village — followed by another $10.12 million in construction costs to build what their home for should always be.
However, Page Six reported earlier this month that construction had been halted amid their impending divorce.
Ivanka was pictured before but sported a sun hat that drew attention away from her roots
Ivanka strutted around the stables while Arabella had her riding lesson
Ivanka was seen with a cellphone in hand, walking around the riding school
The family have been spotted frolicking around Miami lately and didn’t seem to be letting the stress of Ivanka’s mother Ivana’s death earlier this summer, Donald Trump’s legal troubles and Jared’s battle with thyroid cancer get the better of them.
Jared’s second surgery for thyroid cancer has been declared a success as the rollout for his White House memoir continues.
In a September interview with The National Desk, Jared confirmed his surgery, saying: “I had the surgery. It was very successful.”
He also celebrates his White House memoir becoming a New York Times #1 bestseller.
Ivanka took the time to post how proud she was of her husband’s achievement, posting on Instagram, “It’s an amazing book.”
Their faith is clearly important to them, as they were spotted on their way to their local synagogue in Miami to celebrate the High Holidays. The family is now Sabbath observant and kosher.
Seeing the horse stick its face out made Ivanka smile as she walked past the stable
Ivanka posed under a tiki-style shelter during the riding lesson
Arabella was seen grinning as she positioned herself on her horse
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11342465/Ivanka-Trump-shows-huge-dark-ROOTS-teaches-horse-riding-Jared-Kusher-24m-mansion-move.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Ivanka Trump flaunts huge dark ROOTS as she teaches Jared Kushner’s $24M mansion move to ride