As the eldest daughter of Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump has spent her entire life in the spotlight. She remembers getting questions from the paparazzi about her dad as young as !
And while she's currently making headlines in the political arena, there's plenty about the businesswoman and mom of three that's still surprising. Read up on the White House's unofficial "First Daughter" and what really makes her so unprecedented.
The second Trump child actually shares the same name as her mom, Ivana. "In Czech, Ivanka is the baby name for Ivana, like Bobby is to Robert," she explained in a .
Ivanka attended the elite Chapin School in Manhattan before transferring at 15 to Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut. "I was all of a sudden in the prison of boarding-school life, and all my friends in New York were having fun," she told in 2007. Modeling became an escape, although she admits she "didn't particularly enjoy the act of it."
After two years at Georgetown, Ivanka to the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and graduated cum laude with a degree in economics.
Although she going on The Apprentice, Ivanka not only became a primary boardroom member, but later did a judging stint on the fashion reality competition and guest starred alongside her husband as themselves on the teen drama.
She as a child and understands some Czech — but she claims to !
While Jared Kushner bought the enormous , her jewelry line – Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry — actually set the stone. The couple in front of over 500 guests on October 25, 2009, at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Her parenting style includes plenty of routines, according to her recent book . "I play with cars with Joseph, on the floor, for 20 minutes each day," she wrote. "Arabella loves books, so I make a note to read at least two per day to her and plan 'dates' to the library. With Theodore, I commit to ensuring that I can give him two to three of his bottles each day and rock him to sleep at night."