Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, is the second-oldest of his five children.
She has been in the spotlight for years as an entrepreneur, model and key part of her father's business – as well as his presidential campaign and White House. But there's probably still a lot you don't know about her.
She originally claimed no political ambitions
After her father won the election, Ivanka Trump said she wasn't interested in working in politics.
'I'm going to be a daughter," she said on "60 Minutes" in November 2016.
But she took on a White House job
Despite earlier hesitancy, Ivanka Trump took a job as an unpaid White House employee in March 2017.
She was named officially as assistant to the president. The staff position means she will have to comply with ethics rules.
"I realized that having one foot in and one foot out wouldn't work," she explained in an April 2017 interview with Gayle King on "CBS This Morning."
She has causes
She has said she would use her first daughter platform to fight for wage equality, access to child care, education reform and opportunities for women.
She's an entrepreneur
A decade before taking on the White House job, she branched out from her father's real estate empire to launch her own luxury jewelry collection, Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry, in 2007.
Her brand has grown...
Her brand grew to include clothing, handbags, shoes and fragrances.
Her products are largely made overseas, a choice that sparked backlash when her father spent his campaign denouncing companies that outsource jobs to other countries.
...but success has been mixed
Trump's business is private, but the company that produces her branded clothing line reported that net sales grew by $11.8 million in 2016.
However, an attempt to do business in China failed, with her sole outpost there closing in 2015, BuzzFeed reported.
She's faced controversy...
Trump promoted her father's plan for six weeks of paid maternity leave, but received criticism after a former employee said her own company did not always offer paid maternity leave.
...and backlash against her brand
Trump's company also came under fire for using an appearance during her father's post-election "60 Minutes" interview to advertise a $10,800 gold and diamond bracelet from her line.
A company representative said employees were "still making adjustments" to protocol following Donald Trump's election.
She's since separated herself from the brand
She took a leave of absence from her business in January 2017.
The business is now in the hands of trustees — her brother-in-law and sister-in-law.
She helped run her father's business
In addition to running her own brand, Trump was also the executive vice president of development and acquisitions at the Trump Organization.
She took a leave of absence from her post in January 2017 when her father became president.
The "complicit" question
After an "SNL" sketch lampooned Ivanka Trump as "complicit" in her father's agenda, Gayle King asked how she felt about that in an interview on "CBS This Morning."
"If being complicit is wanting to be a force for good and to make a positive impact, then I'm complicit," she responded.
She says she stands up to her father
Ivanka Trump told Gayle King that she's not afraid to disagree with her father, and that he listens to her when she does.
"I speak up frequently. And my father agrees with me on so many issues. And where he doesn't, he knows where I stand," Trump said.
She has a vision for working women
"For me, one of my life's mission is to disrupt these dated concepts of what it really looks like and means to be a working woman," Trump told "CBS This Morning."
She hit the campaign trail
Trump was seen as an asset to her father during his presidential campaign, and she was lauded for her speech at the Republican National Convention.
She doesn't identify with parties
"Like many of my fellow millennials, I do not consider myself categorically Republican or Democrat. More than party affiliation, I vote on based on what I believe is right, for my family and for my country," she said during her speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Does she have presidential aspirations?
Ivanka Trump told CBS News' Gayle King in April 2017 that she has no intention of running for president in 2024.
"Politics is a tough business," she said, and then repeated: "Politics is a tough business."
She couldn't vote in the primary
Ivanka Trump and her brother, Eric, were unable to vote for their father in the 2016 New York primary because they failed to register as Republicans in time.
She defended her father
When several women came forward during the campaign alleging that Donald Trump had touched them inappropriately, Ivanka Trump pushed back.
"He's not a groper. That's not who he is. I've known my father my whole life, and he has total respect for women," Trump said on "CBS This Morning."
Nonetheless, she's facing a boycott
The #GrabYourWallet hashtag encourages people to boycott Trump-branded products, but it's unclear whether the movement will have any lasting impact on the family's bottom line.
She married in 2009
Trump married Jared Kushner, a real estate developer, in 2009.
The two were wed after about two years of dating.
She converted to Judaism
Before the wedding, Trump converted to Judaism for Kushner.
"It creates an amazing blueprint for family connectivity," she told Vogue regarding the religion. "From Friday to Saturday we don't do anything but hang out with one another. We don't make phone calls."
Real estate runs in the family
Kushner owns a real estate holding company started by his family and a media company that publishes the New York Observer newspaper.
He was a close adviser to Donald Trump during the campaign and has also set his business roles aside to take an influential White House job in the Trump administration.
Her husband's role is controversial
After reports that Donald Trump was considering seeking top-secret security clearance for Kushner, some critics raised concerns that giving him a government job could violate federal anti-nepotism laws.
Her husband was named senior White House adviser
But Trump's team confirmed in January that Kushner would be named senior White House adviser.
Kushner's lawyer, Jamie Gorelick, a partner at WilmerHale, asserted that there's no legal barrier for him to serve as a White House adviser.
She moved into a home in Washington, D.C.
In January 2017, Trump and Kushner rented a six-bedroom house just a few blocks from the Obamas' post-White House home in Washington D.C.'s Kalorama neighborhood.
She has three children
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have three children: Arabella, born in 2011; Joseph Frederick, born in 2013; and Theodore James, born in 2016.
She had a baby during the campaign
Ivanka Trump's youngest son was born about eight months before Election Day.
She's an author
Ivanka's book, "The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life," was published in 2009.
She has a new book
Her mom is Ivana Trump
Her mother, Ivana, a former model from Czechoslovakia, was Donald Trump's first wife. They were married from 1977 to 1992.
Ivanka was born on Oct. 30, 1981, in New York City.
She's the second-oldest
Ivanka has an older brother, Donald Jr., and a younger brother, Eric.
Critics have taken issue with the involvement of Trump's children in his presidency, as his sons continue to run Mr. Trump's vast business portfolio.
She has two half-siblings
Ivanka's half-siblings are Tiffany and Barron.
Tiffany's mother, Marla Maples, was Donald Trump's second wife. Barron's mother, Melania Trump, is Trump's third and current wife.
She has a degree in economics
Ivanka Trump graduated from the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania -- her father's alma mater -- with a degree in economics in 2004.
Trump's modeling career included magazine covers, runway shows and ad campaigns.
She likes to be in the garden
Ivanka's website says she "enjoys traveling, cooking and tending her garden with her children."