Trump's children share photos from royal banquet at Buckingham Palace, take social media by storm

Ivanka, Donald Trump Jr., Eric and Tiffany, all looked prim and proper as they shared photos from the lavish banquet at the palace on Monday


                            Trump's children share photos from royal banquet at Buckingham Palace, take social media by storm

President Donald Trump's children have shared photos of their incredible evening from the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace on Monday night.

Don Jr., 41, Ivanka, 37, Eric, 35, Eric's wife Lara, 36, and Tiffany, 25, all looked prim and proper as they shared photos from the lavish banquet at the palace, Daily Mail reports.

 

The Trump entourage took Instagram by storm, sharing pictures of a pregnant Lara Trump with Eric resting a hand on her baby bump. Another photo showed Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner peering out of a window at the palace for paparazzi.

Ahead of the state dinner, Trump and the Queen walked side-by-side into the Music Room and they were followed by Melania, Prince Charles, and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.

Trump's children could be seen walking behind them as they turned their faces towards the shutters of the press.

 Ivanka Trump and husband, special advisor to the US president Jared Kushner, look on during a visit to Westminster Abbey on June 03, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Stefan Rousseau - WPA Pool/ Getty Images)

Ivanka looked stunning as she donned a blue Carolina Herrera dress and smiled beside her brother Eric. She was seen in Instagram posts standing next to Jared.

Tiffany, draped in a red ball gown with full-length white gloves, was seen looking up at the art on the walls.

Don Jr., Tiffany's elder brother, stood close to the Duchess of Cambridge. However, he didn't appear to be speaking with her. 

That said, the only child missing from the event was Trump's youngest son Barron, 13.

President Donald Trump's children have shared photos of their incredible evening from the State Banquet at Buckingham Palace on Monday night. (Instagram)

Although Trump's children aren't used to rubbing shoulders with royals, they were thrust into the deep end at the event as none were seated next to each other.

Ivanka was accompanied by Liam Fox, the U.K. secretary of state for international trade, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex. While she was seated nearest to her father, her husband Jared was placed at the other table.

Meanwhile, Tiffany Trump was flanked by HSBC chairman Mark Tucker and Edward Young, the queen's private secretary.

Eric was seated between Janet Tucker and Dame Vivian Hunt, while his wife Lara sat between Royal Dutch Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden and Lord Hague of Richmond.

Eric chose a similar black suit with a white bow tie as he was accompanied by his wife Lara, who rocked a black and white strapless gown by designer Monique Lhuillier.  (Twitter)

The estimated 170 guests dined on a lavish spread including steamed fillet of halibut with watercress mousse, asparagus spears and chervil sauce, saddle of new season, Windsor lamb with herb stuffing and spring vegetables and port sauce, strawberry sable with lemon verbena cream, assorted fresh fruits, coffee, and petit fours.

Ivanka and Tiffany looked absolutely glamorous with their choice of attire for the grand evening.

Elder brother Don Jr. also looked sharp in his tuxedo designed by friend Zang Toi — whom he praised in an Instagram selfie taken before the dinner. "Tails/white tie thanks to my buddy @zangtoi," he wrote. "Off to the state dinner!" 

This is the first event of the trip that all of Trump's children were invited to, and they surely didn't disappoint. (Instagram)

Eric chose a similar black suit with a white bow tie as he was accompanied by his wife Lara, who rocked a black and white strapless gown by designer Monique Lhuillier. She completed the look with a pair of satin white gloves, a simple pearl necklace, and wore her hair pulled back for the evening.

This is the first event on the trip that all of Trump's children were invited to, and they definitely didn't disappoint.