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Snow bunny Ivanka! Donald Trump's daughter snapped skiing in CHIC monochrome tracksuit

Ivanka Trump met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Friday where they discussed in a meeting how companies can better train workers Ivanka Trump met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Friday where they discussed in a meeting how companies can better train workers
Manuel Armenta | 21 Marcha, 2017, 03:09

President Trump's five-year-old grandson Tristan broke his leg while skiing in Aspen on Sunday.

Ivanka and Donald Jr., along with his wife Vanessa, were spotted on the streets of Aspen on Sunday following lunch at Ajax Tavern in Aspen's The Little Nell.

Wearing a long-sleeved black top and black and white striped wrap skirt, Ivanka visited St. Andrew Catholic School alongside her father Donald Trump, husband Jared Kushner, Arabella and sons Joseph and Theodore to promote his school choice agenda.

It has been reported on the Daily Mail that Donald Trump Jr's five-year-old son Tristan has broken his leg skiing while family enjoys the Aspen vacation.

The children looked very happy tucking into their ice-creams, and the svelte Ivanka indulged in one of her own too.

Trump's elder daughter met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Friday to discuss how companies can better train workers. Eric and his family are also in Aspen.

On the other hand, Donald Jr.is busy running his dad's business.

Unlike his sister, Donald Trump Junior said at a GOP fundraiser that he has "basically zero contact" with President Trump.

The Trump children took an Aspen vacation in 2015 months before their father announced his candidacy for president.

While the rest of the family is in Washington, Eric and Donald Jr. still live in NY.

It is not clear what Tiffany Trump's plans were this weekend.

Donald Trump Jr.'s middle son Tristan was reportedly involved in a ski accident over the weekend.

He wrote in the post his children were helping with the takeoff, suggesting they were in the cockpit with him: 'Kai and Donnie helping fly Trump Force One. While there were no hotel bills for Aspen in the Federal Procurement Data System, according to NBC News, the database showed a $12,208.25 contract by the Secret Service with Aspen Valley Ski/Snowboard Club for "recreational good rental/ski equipment lease".