Ivanka Trump may be the executive vice president of Development & Acquisitions of the Trump Organization — one of the biggest real estate corporations in the world — as well as the head of a fashion empire, but when it comes to meetings, none is more important to her than those that she schedules with her 2-year-old daughter, Arabella.
The 32-year-old mama opened up to People magazine during the ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil the Gary Player Villa at Trump National Doral Miami, about making time for her little girl. "I have a weekly standing lunch date with Arabella, where she comes to the office and we have a business meeting," Ivanka explained. "She is my most important lunch meeting of the week!"
Donald's daughter added that she's all about trying to create experiences with her daughter and her baby boy, Joseph. Some of their best bonding time is in the kitchen. "There's so many things you can teach a child when you cook," she says. "Even the experience of taking them to the grocery store. You can enrich their vocabulary by just pointing at colors and ingredients."
Check out the vid to hear how Ivanka spent time with her kids before a recent business trip, and be sure to tune in to "The Insider" on TV tonight for the latest in entertainment news.