President Trump's 23-year-old daughter, Tiffany Trump, made her first public appearance at the White House since her father's inauguration in January.
She attended the Wounded Warriors event in the East Room of the White House on Thursday, after reportedly traveling from New York with her half-brother Eric Trump and his wife, Lara Trump.
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Unlike her sister Ivanka Trump, who recently became a formal adviser to the president, Tiffany Trump reportedly does not intend to take a formal role in the Trump White House administration.
"Tiffany looks up to Ivanka but she is not angling for any kind of White house role like Ivanka has," a source reportedly close to Tiffany Trump tells PEOPLE.
"Tiffany is younger and still figuring out what she wants to do ... but when her dad calls upon her, she always tries to accommodate," the source said of Tiffany, whose mother is the president's second wife Marla Maples. "Of course he hasn't called upon her that much, but she's happy to help when he does, like giving the RNC speech."
Since Trump's election, his youngest daughter has spent most of her time in New York City, where she primarily resides in a Trump estate.
For the weekend, she and Trump's four other children -- Ivanka, Eric, Donald Jr. and Barron -- are expected to join their father and stepmother Melania at the Mar-a-Lago estate.