Younger sister Tiffany Trump was a few days late in wishing her older sister Ivanka Trump a happy birthday, ostensibly due to her hectic law school schedule.
That oversight was rectified on Saturday, though, as Tiffany posted her belated birthday wishes to Ivanka on social media, along with several photos of the sisters together.
Tiffany posted to Instagram, “Wishing my big sister and best friend a happy birthday (sorry for the late post, but you know my law school life haha) I love you so much!”
Ivanka Trump celebrated her 37th birthday on Oct. 30.
Pictures of the sisters
The first picture featured the sisters in stunning evening gowns in front of golden doors, most likely at Trump Tower in New York City.
Another picture showed the sisters in white jackets during the Inauguration Day festivities, while a third showed the sisters at a campaign event on behalf of their father, President Donald Trump.
Late for Mom’s birthday too
But it wasn’t just the birthday of her older sister Ivanka that Tiffany missed marking on time. The U.K. Daily Mail reported that Tiffany’s workload at Georgetown Law also resulted in her missing mother Marla Maples’ birthday by a few days as well.
Maples turned 55 on Oct. 27, but daughter Tiffany didn’t post anything about the occasion until Oct. 30, when she posted a handful of pictures and wrote, “I love you @itsmarlamaples May all of your birthday wishes come true!”
Ironically, Tiffany herself just celebrated her 25th birthday on Oct. 13, a date which the Daily Mail noted was recognized in a timely fashion by both Tiffany’s mother and older sister.
The younger Trump daughter is attending Georgetown Law School in Washington DC. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016, following in the footsteps of Ivanka and Donald Jr.
Tiffany has kept a low political profile in comparison to her older half-siblings, who are actively working in the Trump administration.
Ivanka Trump, however, is an advisor to the president, focusing on jobs and entrepreneurship and weathering plenty of liberal criticism in the process. She celebrated the latest jobs report on Friday, tweeting:
Major JOBS + WAGE GROWTH!
– Unemployment at 3.7 % – the lowest rate since 1969!
– 3.1% wage growth!
– Hispanic unemployment hit NEW record low of 4.4%
– No industries lost jobs month over month.
This is what we are fighting to continue (and grow!) — VOTE on Tuesday!#JobsReport
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) November 2, 2018