Ivanka Trump has sent her Instagram followers into a spin by sharing a loved-up snap with her husband Jared Kushner.
The television personality-turned-advisor to the US president, her father Donald Trump, shared the informal image of herself and Kushner – wearing a baseball cap and casual black clothing – to her 4.1m excited fans.
Standing on the terrace of a woodland house, Trump embraced the outdoorsy vibe with a cosy fur-trimmed parka worn with skinny black jeans and trainers, scraping her blonde hair away from her make-up free complexion.
The snap proved that despite a big change in their lives over the past year – with former newspaper publisher Kushner acting as senior advisor to his father-in-law – the parents-of-three are stronger than ever.
Trump simply captioned the shot with a love heart, with many followers taking to the comments section to express their opinions. One person wrote: "You are an awesome couple".
Another said: "Gorgeous couple, thank you for all your hard work, wishing you & your family the best holidays."
While a third added: "We absolutely love this first family! Thank you for your sacrifices you are giving for this country."
The couples' united front comes as Trump and Kushner – who married in a Jewish ceremony in 2009 – were hit with a lawsuit yesterday (17 December) alleging illegal omissions on their public financial disclosure forms, according to Politico.
A Washington lawyer named Jeffrey Lovitky has contended that the couple have failed to identify the assets owned by 30 investment funds they had stakes in. The complaint filed in US District Court in Washington also states that they should have declared the value and income they derived from two investment vehicles, but did not.
The suit contends: "The [Ethics in Government Act] does not allow a reporting individual to refuse to disclose the underlying assets of an investment vehicle, on the basis that such disclosure would violate a pre-existing confidentiality agreement.
"Nor does the EIGA allow a reporting individual to refuse to disclose the amount of income derived from any underlying asset of an investment vehicle, on the basis that such disclosure would violate a pre-existing confidentiality agreement".