Tiffany Trump was a vision in white on Friday morning as she sat front and center at an event supporting the Wounded Warriors Project in Washington DC.
It was a rare appearance for President Trump’s press-shy daughter, 23, who was making her first official visit to the White House.
It was hard to spot Tiffany during the ceremony, as she kept a low profile and made no big entrance, instead opting to quietly take her seat and let the focus be on the brave men and women who were being honored and recognized at the event.
She then joined the crowd in quickly moving out of the East Room, the site of the event after morning showers forced White House staff to relocate the planned garden ceremony to an indoor location.
And from there, it was off to warmer climates.
Tiffany arrived in Washington DC on Wednesday afternoon, flying down with half-brother Eric and his wife Lara from New York City.
Both Tiffany and Lara posted photos as they passed over the Washington Monument, and Tiffany later shared another of view of the landmark from the White House lawn.
The family is gathering in the nation’s capital ahead of their trip to Mar-a-Lago, the family’s winter residence in Palm Beach.
President Trump will be flying out of DC on Thursday for a long weekend with his five children that will most likely include a round of golf or two and some crucial global negotiations with a foreign leader.