She’s a successful businesswoman who has been at the centre of White House politics for the last four years.
Ivanka Trump, known as the First Daughter, is dad Donald’s eldest girl and has rarely been out of the public eye.
When she was still a teenager, she was working as a model and appeared on the covers of several high profile magazines.
But Ivanka was determined to follow her father’s footsteps into the world of business and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2004 before rising to the top of Trump’s empire.
As executive vice-president of development and acquisition she, along with her two brothers, Donald Junior and Eric, is believed to be responsible for some of the Trump Organisation’s most ambitious deals.
Ivanka is said to be behind the expansion of the family firm’s hotel chain outside the US and dealt with the interior design of the hotels.
She even had her own fashion line, although this was dropped by several clients when her father was elected US President.
And when The Donald won the White House, Ivanka, who is married with three children, followed him to Washington while her two brothers remained to look after the business.
Since then she was played a hugely influential role in her father’s government and has increasingly stepped into the public arena.
Last year she was at the centre of fierce criticism when she travelled to the G20 Women’s summit where she was alongside political heavyweights like German chancellor, Angela Merkel, and IMF chief Christine Lagarde.
Ivanka was also involved in high level meetings with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Chinese President Xi Jinping during their state visits.
And while her political role in her father’s administration has grown over the last four years, so has the collection of headlines based on comments Trump has made about his own daughter.
Back in 2003, when Ivanka was just 22, Trump appeared on the Howard Stern Show, where he described her as “one of the great beauties of the world”.
So far, so good. But then Trump went on to say “my daughter, Ivanka. She’s 6 feet tall, she’s got the best body” before bragging about how much money she’d made from modelling.
The following year, in a New York magazine interview, Trump went further.
He said: “Ivanka is a great, great beauty. Every guy in the country wants to go out with my daughter. But she’s got a boyfriend.”
And things went from bad to worse when Trump, once again on the Howard Stern Show, agreed that his daughter was “a piece of ass”.
Two years later, while promoting their new series of The Apprentice, Donald and Ivanka appeared on talk show, The View – and things got really weird.
Trump was asked how he would have felt in Ivanka had posed in Playboy during her modelling days.
He replied: “It would be really disappointing — not really — but it would depend on what’s inside the magazine.
“I don’t think Ivanka would do that, although she does have a very nice figure. I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.”
“Isn’t that terrible? How terrible? Is that terrible?”
In an interview with CBS News, Ivanka admitted she found claims made in a New York Times article that Trump had asked people if they thought she was “hot” “pretty disturbing”.
However, she insisted the piece had been “largely discredited since” and that her father had “total respect for women”.