Ivanka Trump Celebrates Daughter Arabella’s Last Day of School

Elise Solé
Ivanka Trump poses with daughter Arabella on her final day of the school year. (Photo: Instagram via Ivanka Trump)

Ivanka Trump is the latest mom to jump on the school photo trend with an adorable mother-daughter snapshot.

On Friday, Trump posted a smiley image of herself and her 5-year-old daughter, Arabella Kushner. Trump wore a bright pink A-line skirt and a black shirt with three-quarter-length sleeves; the kindergartener looked adorable in a floral-print dress. “Arabella’s last day of school! Can’t believe she is going to be in first grade — but first, summer!” Trump wrote on the image, which already has 5,000 likes.


On June 7, Trump staged a similar photo shoot with her 3-year-old son, Joseph Kushner, on his last day of school.


Each year, social media is inundated with parents capturing the bittersweet moments of their children completing another year of school. And that includes celebrities.

On Friday, Jessica Simpson posted two photos of her 5-year-old daughter, Maxwell Drew Johnson, wearing a blue cap and gown. “Spread your wings and prepare to fly for you have become a butterfly,” Simpson wrote.

In another shot of her daughter, Simpson added, “Someone is excited for kindergarten! How do all you moms do it? I need help.”


Kelly Ripa also congratulated son Joaquin, 14, whom she shares with hubby Mark Consuelos, on completing eighth grade. “Congratulations to Joaquin Antonio Consuelos!!!” the mom-of-three wrote. “You’ve made us very proud! (Yet another graduation on Lola’s birthday. She is furious!!!).”


And supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio shared a Twitter photo of 5-year-old son Noah Mazur’s preschool graduation ceremony.


Other parents immortalize school start and end dates on hand-held chalkboard signs and split-screen images of the first and last days of school to capture how much a child has grown.


One clever father in Texas recently unearthed a vintage photo of him and his young daughter walking to her first day of kindergarten and decided to re-create the moment just before her high school graduation. The two shots, which he split-screened and shared on Twitter, went viral.

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