- Ivanka Trump seems to have taken a cue from Kate Middleton during trip to Museum of Natural History in DC
- She shared Instagram photo of herself with son Joseph as they gaze at a butterfly that has landed on her hand
- Fans gushed at the photograph, which is similar to photos released on Prince George's first birthday
- Those photos, taken at the Natural History Museum in London, were released in 2014
By Dailymail.com Reporter
Published: 17:48 EST, 16 February 2017 | Updated: 20:54 EST, 16 February 2017
Well this looks familiar.
Ivanka Trump seems to have taken a cue from Kate Middleton during a recent trip to the National Museum of Natural History, where she marveled at a butterfly that landed on her finger with four-year-old son Joe.
Strikingly similar photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, taken at the Natural History Museum in London, were released on Prince George's first birthday in 2014.
Ivanka Trump seems to have taken a cue from Kate Middleton during a recent trip to the National Museum of Natural History, where she marveled at a butterfly that landed on her finger with four-year-old son Joe
Strikingly similar photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, taken at the Natural History Museum in London, were released on Prince George's first birthday in 2014
The First Daughter shared the Instagram photograph on Thursday writing: 'Exploring the wonders of the @smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.'
Dressed in a maroon turtleneck sweater, along with a nautical-inspired skirt, Ivanka wrapped one arm around her son as they both gazed at a butterfly resting on her finger.
While fans were quick to gush at the heartwarming photograph, it bore a striking resemblance to the photo shoot in 2014 celebrating Prince George's first birthday.
In that image, George is seated on Kate's lap with his finger pointing tentatively at a butterfly that has landed on his father's outstretched hand.
On Thursday, boxes from West Elm were delivered to the $5.5million Kalorama home she shares with husband Jared Kushner and their three children
A step up from Ikea? The boxes were piled outside her home on Thursday, after a previous delivery of Ikea furniture
On Thursday, boxes from West Elm were delivered to the $5.5million Kalorama home she shares with husband Jared Kushner and their three children.
She sparked a fierce debate earlier this week after she posted a picture of herself seated at the resolute desk flanked by both her father and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
'A great discussion with two world leaders about the importance of women having a seat at the table!' she tweeted at the meeting alongside the picture of the smiling trio.
The picture prompted intense debate on social media where some branded the move 'disrespectful' and 'inappropriate,' while others hailed it a welcome prediction of things to come.
Ivanka has stepped down from her roles at both Trump Organization and her eponymous brand in order to help her family transition to Washington DC.
While she has repeatedly expressed an interest in 'women's issues', it remains unclear what her role will be under her father's administration.
Kushner was spotted leaving their home on Thursday morning in a slim navy suit and a grey tie.
During a news conference yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a personal shout out to Kushner, who has been tapped by the president to broker peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
Kushner was spotted leaving their home on Thursday morning in a slim navy suit and a grey tie
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