She’s a patriot, and she has the shoes to prove it.
Tiffany Trump showed off a pair of Stars And Stripes stilettos Sunday in a photo taken next to her brother Eric at the top of the White House.
The youngest of Donald Trump’s two daughters posed with her older brother as the family enjoyed their first weekend at the Pennsylvania Avenue residence, following the new president’s inauguration.
Tiffany’s shoes, glittery lace-up flats by Florence-based brand Aquazzura, retail at $725, although they are currently on sale.
Tiffany Trump showed off a pair of $725 Stars And Stripes shoes Sunday in a photo taken at the top of the White House next to her brother Eric (pictured)
The American flag shoes (pictured), glittery lace-up flats by Florence-based brand Aquazzura, retail at $725, although they are currently on sale
The mogul’s daughter paired the Stars And Stripes shoes with a three-quarter length coat, dark pants and a light blue scarf.
Eric, meanwhile, posed next to his sister in a dark suit and red tie.
Tiffany, who has participated in the inauguration events with her Democrat boyfriend Ross Mechanic, attended a prayer service with other members of the family and her newly sworn-in father Saturday at Washington National Cathedral.
Eric said in his first post-inauguration interview Saturday that it had been surreal to watch his father become the 45th president of the United States, beginning with when Trump deposed a wreath at Arlington National Cemetery the day before the inauguration.
Eric Trump also shared this snap on Instagram with wife Lara. He captioned it: ‘Cool photo from the top of the White House! Headed home after an unforgettable weekend’
Tiffany attended a prayer service with other members of the family and her newly sworn-in father Saturday at Washington National Cathedral (pictured)
‘You’re sitting there overlooking all of Washington. I think it was at that moment that it hit me that this is really real. He is now the commander-in-chief of the United States. He has unbelievable responsibility on him. It was really a surreal moment,’ Eric told Fox News.
‘It is a heavy burden that he has and it’s a heavy burden that every commander-in-chief has. I think that very much sank in.’
He recalled walking out of the Capitol with his family right before Trump took the presidential oath.
‘When you walk down the hallway out of the Capitol, down the stairs and you pass the honor guard – it was so powerful and then you come out this door and it’s just massive. All there is a sea of people,’ Eric said.
‘That’s a 60-second period of time when you start that walk to the time you get to your seat. That’s a sight that I will never forget as long as I live, it was truly an unbelievable moment.’
Eric Trump also shared a snap on Instagram with wife Lara on Sunday. He captioned it: ‘Cool photo from the top of the White House! Headed home after an unforgettable weekend.’
His brother Donald Jr shared a family photo on Sunday giving a glimpse of how the family have settled in the White House.
The snap showed Donald Jr’s son Tristan, who stole the show while Trump signed his first executive orders Friday, having lunch at the White House in his Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle pajamas.
Trump has said he plans to make Monday the first big day of work for his administration. His wife Melania and son Barron will head back to New York City until the end of the school year.