Ivanka Trump showcased her patriotic spirit while sporting Team USA gear at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Ivanka smiled broadly and clapped proudly while watching competitive races and greeting American and foreign athletes during her two-day visit.
The first daughter was seated next to White House press secretary Sarah Sanders (at left below) and Olympian Lauren Gibbs (right), who beamed in the VIP box.
Ivanka, herself an avid runner and yoga enthusiast, had a blast watching the four-man bobsled final on Sunday.
Ever the fashion plate, Ivanka wore dark sunglasses and her signature red lipstick.
Ivanka joked around with silver medalist Lauren Gibbs. Both ladies donned their Team USA hats.
At one point, Gibbs playfully put her Olympic silver medal around Ivanka’s neck.
Ivanka no doubt has a treasure trove of expensive jewelry, but couldn’t help but be impressed by the Olympic medal.
Ivanka also took selfies with numerous athletes and fans, including American bobsledder Lauren Gibbs.
Ivanka adjusted her “USA” hat in chilly Pyeongchang, where temperatures plunged to 28°F.
Ivanka let four-year-old Cora Weber sit on her lap while Cora’s dad, U.S. bobsledder Nathan Weber, competed.
Ivanka sat next to gold medalist Dutch speedskater Esmee Visser while watching the men’s speedskating semifinals at the Gangneung Oval indoor rink.
Ivanka cheerfully held Luke Shuster, the son of U.S. curling skip John Shuster, during the men’s curling final. The United States defeated Sweden to win its first-ever gold medal in curling that day.
The first daughter was a vision in a red ski outfit as she watched the men’s snowboarding competition.
Ivanka Trump donned a cute slouchy hat as she sat next to South Korean first lady Kim Jung-sook and South Korean Foreign Minister, Kang Kyung-wha.
Ivanka stood respectfully as the South Korean national anthem played during the closing ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Seated next to the statuesque blonde was South Korean president Moon Jae-in and his wife Kim Jung-sook.
No matter where she goes, Ivanka is always dressed to impress and has a gracious smile at the ready. After a whirlwind two days in South Korea, the first daughter probably can’t wait to get home to her three children.
Samantha Chang is a financial editor who writes about politics at BizPac Review, about business at CCN, and general news at HVY. She is a law school graduate and an alum of the University of Pennsylvania. You can find her on Twitter at Samantha_Chang.