Ivanka Trump has the cutest "personal assistant" – her ten-month-old baby Theodore! Showing fans exactly how she's balancing work with motherhood, Ivanka posted a photo of her son sitting on her lap while she spoke on her mobile. "Taking a call in the White House with my personal assistant Theodore," Ivanka captioned the sweet Instagram snap.
The mum-of-three has been sharing photos of her children settling into their new life in Washington D.C. She and her husband Jared Kushner relocated to the capital from New York City after Ivanka's father Donald Trump won the US Presidential election. And it seems baby Theodore has been marking some very important milestones in the White House. Last week Ivanka shared a video of her son learning how to crawl for the first time. The clip showed Theodore's big sister Arabella, five, encouraging her baby brother to crawl towards her. "There were so many incredible milestones this past weekend -- including one for baby Theodore who crawled for the very first time in the White House!" proud mum Ivanka wrote.
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Ivanka Trump shared the cutest photo of baby Theodore on Instagram
The former reality TV star has been supporting her dad Donald, although her role in the US President's administration remains unclear. Before the inauguration, Ivanka admitted that she was still figuring out the impact she'll have in the White House. She told ABC News, "My father will be president, and hopefully, I can be there to support him and to support those causes I've cared about my whole professional career." In a statement on Facebook, she also revealed that her husband Jared would work as an unpaid senior adviser to the new President, while she would "take time to settle our three young children into their new home and schools".
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Ivanka, 35, has also denied reports that her position in the White House is a quasi-First Lady role. Speaking about her stepmother Melania Trump, Ivanka said: "There is one First Lady, and she'll do remarkable things." She added that she would not be occupying the East Wing office traditionally reserved for the President's wife.