Ivanka Trump and baby Theodore are bringing some much needed cutest to the White House. On Wednesday, Ivanka Trump shared a delighted video of her 10-month-old son, Theodore James Kushner, crawling around the White House for the first time. In the viral video, Donald Trump’s oldest daughter could be seen in a room full of aides, advisers, and other staff members. The mother of three is dressed in black from head to toe and is still wearing the burgundy headband she had on the day after the inauguration.
The former Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization called her baby boy her little monkey and asked him several times if he was ready to go on the floor. The businesswoman said in the video: “Do you want to do it? You ready? I think he’s ready!”
Ivanka Trump sat on the carpet with the child and let him crawl around. The 35-year-old former reality TV personality could be heard telling her 5-year-old daughter, Arabella, to encourage Theodore to move around.
At some point, the proud mother said: “He’s moving!” In a matter of hours, the video has picked almost 3 million views and thousands of likes.
The caption for the sweet clip reads: “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!”
Trump and her real estate developer husband, Jared Kushner, have uprooted their family from Manhattan to Washington. Mr. Kushner is an unpaid advisor to the 45th president as for Ivanka it is not yet known what role she will play in the administration.
Recently, Ivanka Trump did an interview where she slammed the claims that she will be the de facto first lady. She said that role is reserved for Melania Trump and added: “Well, I think its an inappropriate observation. There’s one first lady, and she’ll do remarkable things.”
She went on to say that the comments were sexist because more than one strong and powerful woman can be part of her father’s administration.