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Trump’s granddaughter celebrates her bat mitzvah

Arabella Rose Kushner is the eldest child of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.

Jared and Ivanka Kushner, and their children, Arabella Rose, Joseph Frederick and Theodore James. Source: Instagram.
Jared and Ivanka Kushner, and their children, Arabella Rose, Joseph Frederick and Theodore James. Source: Instagram.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump’s granddaughter celebrated her bat mitzvah over the weekend, her mother announced on Tuesday.

Arabella Rose Kushner, the eldest child of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, marked her bat mitzvah—the coming-of-age ceremony for Jewish girls—several weeks before her 12th birthday.

“With an abundance of love and immense pride, Jared and I celebrated our daughter Arabella’s Bat Mitzvah this past weekend,” Ivanka Trump wrote on Instagram on Tuesday morning.

“We reflect on the weekend with full hearts and an abundance of joy and gratitude. From her commitment to feeding hungry families through the Jewish Community Service Kosher Food Bank to supporting children with special needs through her work volunteering with the Friendship Circle and Whispering Manes, Arabella’s giving heart and commitment to making a positive impact embodies the spirit of this special milestone.”

“May her Bat Mitzvah be the beginning of a beautiful and fulfilling chapter in her life.”

According to the Business Insider, Donald Trump organized Arabella’s bat mitzvah celebration.

“Thank you dad and Melania for arranging such a sweet celebration for Arabella,” Ivanka wrote.

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