Ivanka Trump pays tribute to Jared Kushner on his 39th birthday

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Ivanka Trump penned a sweet tribute to her ‘love’ Jared Kushner on his 39th birthday after he was seen heading to work bright and early on Friday morning.  

The first daughter took to Instagram in the afternoon to share two photos of herself cuddled up to her husband of ten years, including a sweet snapshot of them enjoying a romantic dinner together.  

‘Happy birthday to my love! Thank you for making each day lighter, brighter, and full of happiness! I love you, Jared,’ Ivanka, 38, captioned the images. 

Love: Ivanka Trump took to Instagram on Friday to pay tribute to her husband, Jared Kushner, on his 39th birthday. She shared two photos of them together, including this dinner date shot

Love: Ivanka Trump took to Instagram on Friday to pay tribute to her husband, Jared Kushner, on his 39th birthday. She shared two photos of them together, including this dinner date shot 

Throwback: The first photo shows them enjoying a romantic dinner in what appears to be a Parisian restaurant while the second was taken in the Smokey Mountains (pictured)

Throwback: The first photo shows them enjoying a romantic dinner in what appears to be a Parisian restaurant while the second was taken in the Smokey Mountains (pictured) 

Sweet message: In her post, she wished her 'love' happy birthday and thanked him 'for making each day lighter, brighter, and full of happiness'

Sweet message: In her post, she wished her ‘love’ happy birthday and thanked him ‘for making each day lighter, brighter, and full of happiness’

In the first snapshot, Jared has his arm wrapped around Ivanka, who is resting her head on his. The two are sitting down at a table in what appears to be a Parisian restaurant.  

Ivanka is dressed to impress in a V-neck black top with structured shoulders and a ruffled collar. Her blonde hair is pulled back, showcasing her large pearl earrings, and she is sporting a bright red lip. 

Jared, meanwhile, is dressed a bit more casually in a slate-gray button-down shirt — the same top he wore when they visited the Louvre in Paris last month. The picture from their dinner date was presumably taken on that same day. 

The second photo shows them posing in front of the Smokey Mountains during their romantic getaway celebrating their 10-year wedding anniversary in October. 

In the picture, Ivanka is sporting a black half-zip hooded sweatshirt and cropped leggings, topping off her look with a pair of black cat-eye sunglasses.  

Birthday boy: Jared was seen leaving the front gate of their Washington, D.C. home at 7:30 a.m. on Friday

Birthday boy: Jared was seen leaving the front gate of their Washington, D.C. home at 7:30 a.m. on Friday 

Heading out: The White House senior adviser had a smile on his face as he made the short walk from his door to the Secret Service SUV that was parked at the curb

Heading out: The White House senior adviser had a smile on his face as he made the short walk from his door to the Secret Service SUV that was parked at the curb

Making memories: Ivanka, who converted to Judaism to marry Jared, spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Paris with her husband

Making memories: Ivanka, who converted to Judaism to marry Jared, spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Paris with her husband

Her blonde bob is pulled back into a messy ponytail, and she doesn’t appear to be wearing any makeup.

Jared, meanwhile, is donning a hooded jacket, gray pants, and a baseball cap to shield his face from the sun. 

They both have their arms wrapped around each other’s waists as they smile for the camera. 

The birthday boy seemed to be in great spirits when he stepped out of the front gate of his Washington, D.C. home on Friday at 7:30 a.m.

Dressed in his standard suit and tie, Jared was chatting on his cellphone when he left his house carrying his work bag. 

The White House senior adviser had a smile on his face as he made the short walk from his door to the Secret Service SUV that was parked at the curb.  

Family fun: Ivanka and Jared celebrated New Year's Eve with their eldest children Arabella, eight, and Joseph, six, at her father's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida

Family fun: Ivanka and Jared celebrated New Year’s Eve with their eldest children Arabella, eight, and Joseph, six, at her father’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida 

Making a run for it: Ivanka revealed this week that her three-year-old son Theodore tried to escape Air Force One when they returned to Washington, D.C. on Sunday evening

Making a run for it: Ivanka revealed this week that her three-year-old son Theodore tried to escape Air Force One when they returned to Washington, D.C. on Sunday evening 

Ivanka and Jared have three children: Arabella, eight, Joseph, six, and Theodore, three. Earlier this week, she admitted ‘narrowly avoided a major parenting fail’ when her family returned home from Palm Beach, Florida, on Sunday. 

She revealed Theo almost escaped Air Force One while sharing photos of him being stopped by a Secret Service agent at the door of the aircraft.   

‘Theo busted attempting a stealth exit from AF1 last night while I was distracted prying melted M&Ms out of my daughter’s hands,’ she captioned the snapshots on Monday, the day after their arrival in D.C.

‘Thanks to the US Secret Service I narrowly avoided a major parenting fail!’ she added. ‘Hat tip to the eagle eyed photographers who busted my boy in action!’ 

The pictures show the Secret Service using his arm to stop Theo from running off Air Force One without his parents.

Both Ivanka and Jared returned to work this week after a two-week holiday vacation that started with a trip to Paris over Christmas and ended with a New Year’s celebration at her father’s Mar-a-Lago estate. 

Taking the stage: The first daughter spoke at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Tuesday after facing backlash over being named a keynote

Taking the stage: The first daughter spoke at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Tuesday after facing backlash over being named a keynote 

Hitting back: After it was announced that Ivanka would be a keynote at the show, critics took to Twitter to threaten to boycott the event using the hashtag #boycottCES

 Hitting back: After it was announced that Ivanka would be a keynote at the show, critics took to Twitter to threaten to boycott the event using the hashtag #boycottCES

The first daughter flew to Las Vegas on Monday to speak at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) the following day; however, her appearance wasn’t without controversy.   

The CES faced fierce backlash for not choosing female keynotes in 2017 and 2018, but this year people slammed conference organizers for bringing in President Donald Trump’s daughter. 

Many critics argued that the decision to have Ivanka serve as a keynote was an insult to women who have years of experience in tech.

‘There are a lot of women who are doing a lot of work to help women in tech and build products that help women and help children and families. Ivanka Trump is not one of them,’ Sara Mauskopf, the CEO of the child-care start-up Winnie, told the Washington Post.

After it was announced that the first daughter would be a keynote at the tech show, critics took to Twitter to threaten to boycott the event using the hashtag #boycottCES.

Despite the controversy, there was no mention of the pushback about her appearance at the show. The hall was full, and she was met with applause. Organizers declined to say how many people were in the audience. 

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