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First daughter Ivanka Trump took to social media to share sweet images of her three young children playing a game of peak-a-boo.

The 36-year-old took to Twitter Tuesday evening to post an image of her children – Arabella, six, Joseph, four, and Theodore, one – attempting to hide under her flawless red, floor-length gown.

The fashion mogul shared a similar image to her Instagram page showing an adorable Theodore sitting on the ground at her feet while in his pajamas in the family’s living room.

She captioned both posts with simply writing ‘Peak-a-boo’.

It was unclear where she was heading all dressed-up, but Ivanka was all smiles while spending the precious moments with her children.

On Sunday, Ivanka was photographed out with her two oldest children all dressed as they departed their DC home.

She was holding the hands of Arabella, six, and Joseph, four – as her husband, Jared Kushner, appeared at the Saban Forum in town to take part in a question and answer session about the Trump administration’s approach to the Middle East.

Ivanka and her children all appeared to be in their Sunday best, with Arabella sporting a black and white dress, white jacket and a bow on her head.

Joseph appeared to be wearing a dapper little suit, while Ivanka bared the December chill with bare legs, wearing a black skirt and cream sweater accessorized with chunky earrings.

It’s unclear where the trio were off to on Sunday morning, but it is clear why the kids’ father wasn’t present as he was busy getting grilled by Israeli-American billionaire mogul Haim Saban at the Brookings Institution.

 

Later in the evening, Ivanka shared another touching photo of her youngest son, Theodore, bundled up in a baby sleeping bag.

‘Best date ever! #SaturdayNight,’ she wrote on Instagram.

H/T: Enterson.com

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