Ivanka Trump bakes Jewish Purim treats with kids in Instagram photo

Ivanka Trump shared a look at how her family prepares for the Jewish holiday of Purim on Friday, when she posted a photo of her baking Hamantashen cookies with her children.

The president's eldest daughter has used social media as a window into her family life since her father's 2016 election win, offering the American public a look at her day-to-day activities with husband Jared Kushner and their three children -- Arabella, Joseph and Theodore.

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After-school fun making hamentashen for Purim with Arabella and Joseph
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"After-school fun making hamentashen for Purim with Arabella and Joseph," Ivanka Trump wrote as a caption for her Friday post.

After-school fun making hamentashen for Purim with Arabella and Joseph

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Ivanka Trump converted to Orthodox Judaism upon getting together with husband and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner. The couple has said they keep Kosher and observe the Sabbath -- meaning their family disconnects from the world from Friday night until sundown on Saturday.

The Jewish holiday "Purim" takes place each spring, on the 14th or 15h day of Adar, and is celebrated to commemorate the defeat of Haman's plot to massacre the Jews as recorded in the book of Esther.

Ivanka Trump was quick to respond to a heightened level of threats against American Jewish community centers in February, when she called for action and "religious tolerance."

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