Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner enjoyed some extra time with their three children on Thursday as they headed to their local synagogue to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Shemini Atzeret.
The couple took advantage of the mild fall weather and opted to walk to the Friends of Lubavitch Synagogue in Washington D.C. while their two eldest children, Arabella, six, and Joseph, three, happily rode scooters down the sidewalk.
Ivanka, 35, and Jared, 36, both wore shades of blue for the holiday, and their one-year-old son, Theodore, donned a blue suit jacket with gold buttons that perfectly matched his mother’s nautical-inspired coat.
The mother-of-three looked sharp in a double-breasted navy coat featuring gold buttons, and she opted to pull her long blond hair back into a sleek bun.
Ivanka accessorized her fall outfit with gray suede heels from her eponymous clothing line and a pair of aviator sunglasses to protect her eyes from the morning sunshine.
Meanwhile, Jared looked dapper in a gray suit and royal blue tie, and Joseph looked like his mini-me in a navy sweater worn over a collared shirt and gray trousers.
Although her entire family wore some shade of blue, Arabella stood out in a pink and gray sweatshirt, a pink tulle skirt, knee-highs, and gray combat boots.
The family was photographed leaving the side gate of their home, which is located in the upscale Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, D.C.