Donald Trump’s child, dubbed the First Daughter for her prominent position in the White House, attended a boarding school in Connecticut from the age of 15, after transferring from a school in New York. She was asked to leave her all-girls private school in Manhattan after skipping school to work on her modelling portfolio, according to 2019 book ‘Kushner Inc’. She then moved to Choate Rosemary Hall where she felt isolated from her friends.
In the 2007 interview with Marie Claire she said: “I was all of a sudden in the prison of boarding school life, and all my friends in New York were having fun.”
She added that her mother used to make her pay for her own phone bills, so she earned money by modelling for Versace and Thierry Mugler.
She even claimed her mother threatened to put her up for adoption “a few times”.
Ms Trump spent much of these teenage years alone, with her parents noticeably absent from her life.
Ivanka Trump with husband Jared Kushner (Image: GETTY)
Ivanka is US President Donald Trump's daughter (Image: GETTY)