Only the best for Ivanka Trump’s little guy. The proud mom shared a photo of her adorable 5-month-old, Theodore, seated in Micuna’s $459 OVO high chair on Tuesday, September 1. In the caption, Trump, 34, joked that her youngest was taking the chair “for a test drive!”
The perfect addition to Trump’s $16 million penthouse on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Theodore’s minimalist high chair boasts leatherette straps as well as legs made from solid beechwood. As for the baby’s comfy fabric seat cushion? That costs an additional $70, bringing the total to $529. (Click here for the best high chairs of 2016!)
The businesswoman — who is the daughter of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump — and her real estate developer husband, Jared Kushner, are also parents of Arabella, 5, and Joseph, 2.
In May, the former model admitted to Town & Country that she has working-mother guilt. Not only is Ivanka the executive vice president of development and acquisitions at the Trump Organization, but she runs Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry and the Ivanka Trump Collection.
“It was a real source of anxiety when I had just had Arabella. And she was such an independent child — I was reading about separation anxiety, and she just didn’t have it,” the New Yorker said. “With Joseph, I was embarrassed when my husband started calling me out on liking that he cried every morning when I left.”
Just don’t ask her about work-life balance. “I abhor this question of ‘having it all,’” she told Town & Country. “People talk about balance. Balance is an awful measure of things, because it implies a scale that inevitably tips. I like to look through the filter of ‘Is the life I’m leading consistent with my priorities?’”
“For me, my family is the ultimate litmus test,” she continued. “Do I feel like I’m giving my children what they need? But I don’t do everything. I wouldn’t be able to do what I do professionally if I did. I don’t go to the afternoon classes. I don’t take my son to the sports playgroup in the middle of the day. For some people that’s a compromise they aren’t willing to make, and I respect that.”