Ivanka Trump is suddenly shy in front of the camera.
The first daughter, 36, was spotted Friday morning going to work directly from her garage in an SUV, according to her discreet behavior of recent weeks.
Since assuming the role of White House adviser, Ivanka has often been seen walking from her home in Kalorama, Washington, D.C. to your vehicle, showing your attire in the process.
Shameful before the House? Ivanka Trump, 36, was seen Friday morning going to work directly from her garage in an SUV, according to her discreet behavior of recent weeks
Looking away: the first daughter, who seemed to be answering a call, did not show her face and kept her back to the lens, dressed in a striped sweater with her hair exposed
Changes: since she took on the role of White House adviser, Ivanka has often been seen walking from her home to her vehicle, but it seems that she no longer has the habit.
However, Ivanka seems to have left the habit throughout the month of August. The last time they saw her publicly on her morning commute was on August 2.
Ivanka was on her way to give a talk at the Newseum in D.C. She smiled and waved at the camera as she went to board her Secret Service SUV.
On Friday, however, the first daughter remained inside her vehicle with tinted windows, turning her back to the camera as she walked away.
Ivanka, who seemed to be taking a phone call, did not show her face and kept her back to the lens, wearing a striped sweater with her blonde hair in a direct pop.
She did the same thing on other occasions, each time turning her head to another side so that her face would not appear in the camera.
In social networks, too, the first daughter seems to have become significantly more cautious.
Past: The last time Ivanka shared a family photo dates from June 17, when he posted this image to wish Jared a Happy Father's Day.
I used to do it: Ivanka avoided looking at the camera on other occasions in August. She appears on August 30 returning home after work
I repeat: on the morning of August 30, Ivanka looked away again when she left home
Incognito: Ivanka did the same thing on August 28 when he returned home D.C.
Ivanka used to regularly share excerpts from her personal life, including photos of her with her husband Jared Kushner, 37, and their children Arabella, seven, Joseph, four and Theodore, two.
The mother of three children will post photos of religious festivals, birthdays and various activities that involve her family.
However, the last personal post she shared on Instagram dates from June 17, when she posted a photo of herself, Jared and her three children to wish her husband a Happy Father's Day.
When her daughter Arabella turned seven on July 17, Ivanka, who has frequently used social media to recognize her children's birthdays, did not mark the occasion in an Instagram post.
The most recent photo he shared shows Jared holding a Fifa football shirt with his last name. Ivanka, who does not appear in the supplement, expressed his excitement in anticipation of the 2026 World Cup, which will be organized by the USA. United States, Canada and Mexico.
He published the photo after FIFA president Gianni Infantino visited his father.
Previously: Ivanka showed up for the last time on her daily trip on the morning of August 2, when she was on her way to lecture at the Newseum in D.C.
Publications: On August 14, Ivanka shared images of her visiting a female robotics team in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Break: She did not publish again until two weeks later, when she shared images of herself during a talk organized by the Organization of American States.
Sports: Most recently, Ivanka shared this photo of Jared holding a FIFA soccer jersey with his last name. He published the photo after FIFA president Gianni Infantino visited his father.
Guest: Tiffany Trump, 24, visited her older sister Ivanka in D.C. Thursday night
Ivanka also refrained from posting on her Instagram page for two weeks in August, probably while the family was enjoying a vacation.
On August 14, he shared footage of her visiting a female robotics team in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
She did not reprint until two weeks later, when she shared images of herself during a conference organized by the Organization of American States.
Sen. Lindsey Graham shared a photo of one of Ivanka's children on Wednesday.
"A big meeting with @IvankaTrump and his daughter Arabella," he tweeted next to a picture of the mother and daughter.
"I appreciate everything Ivanka is doing to improve the plight of women in the developing world."
Ivanka, who received a visit from her younger sister, Tiffany Trump, 24, on Thursday, may have decided to share fewer photos of her personal life on social media after receiving criticism for her publications & # 39; deaf & # 39; .
Visit: Senator Lindsey Graham shared this photo with Ivanka and her daughter Arabella (left) on Wednesday
Backlash: Ivanka surprised Flack by posting this photo of herself hugging her two-year-old son on May 27, amid public protests over family separations at the US-Mexico border.
It was his message on May 27, when family separations at the US-Mexico border were in the headlines and generating protests throughout the country, fueling the backlash against the mother of three children.
A little over two months ago, Ivanka shared a photo hugging her two-year-old son, with the caption: "Mi [heart emoji]. & # 39;
By sharing the message, the mothers were separated from their children and placed in cages at the immigration facilities. Users of social networks were quick to point out the insensitivity of the publication.
"Personally, I found it offensive when #WhereAreTheCHILDREN is on everyone's mind." A Twitter user with the handle @kellyagb wrote, on May 27.
Ivanka remained silent on the matter, until June 21, which was after President Donald Trump signed an executive order to stop the policy that his administration put into practice.
Call to action: former editor-in-chief of Glamor magazine Cindi Leive joined a large number of people who tagged Ivanka on Instagram while begging for her to intervene
He tweeted on June 21: "Now that an EO has been signed that puts an end to family separation at the border, it is time to focus on gathering quickly and safely families that have been separated."
But calls to action to one of the president's most trusted advisors did not stop there.
Former editor-in-chief of Glamor magazine Cindi Leive joined a large number of people who tagged Ivanka on Instagram while sharing a message begging her to intercede and call for the resignation of the US Secretary of Homeland Security. UU., Kirstjen Nielsen.
"I always assume a positive intention, so please, @IvankaTrump, use your significant power here," Leive wrote on August 8.
No, this resignation could not alter a situation backed by the president himself. But it is still morally correct. Let's keep this topic in the news, please.
As of Monday, 497 children of the 2,600 who were separated from their The parents or guardians remained in government custody at the border, 22 of which are four years old or less, according to the Washington Post.
The Post reports that 2,157 children have been reunited or released.