Ivanka and Jared Kushner were spotted in Miami checking out their soon-to-be-completed dream mansion on Indian Creek Island, also known as the “billionaire’s hideout.”
The couple, dressed in tracksuits, were seen inspecting the construction process in the days following former President Donald Trump’s arrest and the release of his historic photo from the Fulton County Jail in Georgia.
Ivanka, 41, looked dapper in an all-black tracksuit, complete with black, pink and black sneakers, a white baseball cap, and a pair of mirrored sunglasses.
Kushner, 42, wore cropped blue jeans, a white T-shirt and New Balance sneakers, in addition to some black colors.
The couple were smiling and chatting to each other and those on site about arrangements for the outside area of the almost-completed mansion.
The photos seem to show a sleek, modern style of home construction, and one of the pictures captured two jet skis that the couple may be planning to make room for on the huge property.
Jared Kushner, 42, and Ivanka Trump, 41, inspect the ongoing construction work on their mansion in Miami.
The former first daughter cut a clean cut in an all-black look while she took stock of the progress of her renovations.
The couple, who have three children together, bought the $24 million mansion in 2021 and have renovated it ever since, as they build their lives beyond the Miami White House. They currently live in a luxury apartment in nearby Surfside.
Ivanka and Kushner were senior advisers to the Donald J. Trump administration, but moved to Miami, Florida with their three children, after his former boss lost the election and left office in January 2021.
Last November, Ivanka said she had no plans to return to the political fray as part of her father’s bid for the White House in 2024.
But Vanity Fair claimed last week that she had changed her mind in light of her father’s high opinion polls, and hopes to once again become part of his administration if he becomes president again next November.
Earlier this week, Donald Trump He made history by becoming the first former president to be photographed after being arrested for attempting to overthrow the government 2020 elections Results in Georgia.
The 77-year-old was arrested after his fourth indictment in Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail on Thursday – after which he shared his photo on X, formerly known as Twitter.
His custody photo was not taken during his previous arrests in New York City, Miami, and Washington, D.C
It was the former president’s first tweet since January 2021 when he was banned from Twitter after the Capitol attack on January 6.
After four years in Washington, D.C., Ivanka and her husband chose Miami as their new home
The couple bought their Indian Creek Island mansion for $24 million in 2021
The couple appeared happy and relaxed as they inspected the exterior of the property
A pair of jet skis can be seen below the outer deck
Jared and Ivanka are soon to move into their Indian Creek mansion which he purchased in 2021. It is currently under renovation.
Donald Trump made history by becoming the first former president to take a picture after he was arrested for trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election in Georgia.
The former president traveled to Georgia on Thursday afternoon from his home in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Trump’s arrival at the Fulton County Jail on Rice Street in downtown Atlanta was greeted with loud cheers from his supporters, and some boos from critics.
He spent about 20 minutes inside the dilapidated facility, where seven people have died in custody since the beginning of this year, and was dealt with much more quickly than other accused criminals.
Trump’s height and weight were recorded, as well as the color of his hair and eyes. His fingerprints and booking photo were taken, and his bail money was posted.
Trump weighed significantly 25 pounds lighter than when he was last arrested in April.
By 7.55pm, he was back in his motorcade bound for Atlanta airport.
“A very sad day for America,” Trump declared on the runway.
He said it was “a mockery of justice,” and added, “We did nothing wrong, and I didn’t do anything wrong.”
This is election interference. So I want to thank you for being here. “We did nothing wrong,” Trump said. “We had every right, every right, to challenge an election that we thought was dishonest.”
Then he boarded his plane and flew back to New Jersey.
The former president boarded his plane to leave Atlanta just before 8.20pm
Supporters of Donald Trump, Georgina and Clive McMorris, hold flags outside the Fulton County Jail before Trump surrenders
Nine Trump allies have turned themselves in to a Georgia prison so far this week, ahead of Friday’s deadline
Before his surrender, Trump lashed out at Georgia District Attorney Fannie Willis, calling her a “low-life, radical-left district attorney.”
His surrender came hours after Willis set a trial date.
She has requested that Trump’s trial begin on October 23, a date widely seen as impossible soon.
His former chief of staff, Mark Meadows, surrendered to police on Thursday.
It comes after the Fulton County sheriff’s office released their selfies of several other Trump allies and “co-conspirators” who turned themselves in to a Georgia jail this week.
They are accused of joining a Trump-led “conspiracy” to illegally change the outcome of the election.
Among them was the “mayor of America,” Rudy Giuliani, who also faced the indignity of having his picture taken after he was booked into an Atlanta jail on Wednesday.
In the photo, Giuliani can be seen frowning, with artificial lighting shining across his forehead and a sheriff’s badge on the wall to his right.
Trump’s former attorney faces 13 criminal charges, including RICO charges – the same number as Trump.
It was a stunning and symbolic downfall for Giuliani, the former mob boss’ prosecutor, who took power He is best known for using RICO – the Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act – to eradicate the Mafia in the 1980s during his tenure as Manhattan’s attorney general.
Trump criticized Giuliani’s arrest in a post on Truth Social after the photograph of the 79-year-old was released.
‘The greatest mayor in New York City history has just been arrested in Atlanta, Georgia, because he fought for election integrity. The election was rigged and stolen. How sad for our country. Maga!’ Trump wrote.