Ivanka Trump's three-year-old son Joseph steals the show before trip on Air Force One
Watch out Prince George, it looks like there's another three-year-old on the other side of the Atlantic stealing headlines for his cuteness.
The three-year-old son of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner stole the spotlight from his famous family as they travelled from the White House to Palm Beach, Florida on Friday.
Joseph and sister Arabella (six) joined their grandfather on Marine One, the US President's private helicopter, for the first time; flying out from the South Lawn of the White House, while the first daughter and her husband, a senior White House adviser, followed.
Little Theo (11 months) travelled separately.
They took a quick trip to the Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, where Air Force One was waiting to take them to Palm Beach, Florida, where they spend their most of their downtime.
Donald Trump owns the $100m private club Mar-a-Lago, which he has dubbed the 'Winter White House', a property where he has already spent a number of weekends since his inauguration, including hosting the Japanese Prime Minister and throwing a Super Bowl viewing party.
But all eyes were on Ivanka's adorable children, in particular little Joseph, who was fascinated by his toy replica helicopter throughout most of the trip, as they touched down for yet another visit south.
The Trump children and first lady Melania have changed tactics in the last three weeks, choosing a more public approach as their roles become more defined in the Trump administration.
Melania, who was reported as being "miserable" with her new life, has made a number of public appearances supporting her husband, in stark contrast to Mr Trump's first two weeks in office, where she was hidden away in her $100m Trump Tower triplex in New York City.
Their 10-year-old son Barron has not been pictured publicly since the inauguration in January.
In the absence of the 'First Son', who is remaining in New York with his mother to finish out his school year, the Trump grandchildren took centre stage as they supported their parents and grandfather during official trips in Florida yesterday, including a visit to Saint Andrew Catholic School in Orlando with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
While Ivanka is settling in more to her new position after initial backlash.
She was beaming as she touched down in Palm Beach and is said to have been instrumental in his softened approach during his first speech to the U.S. joint sessions of Congress earlier this week, which has been largely praised in the media.
While he unveiled no significant changes to policy, the tone of Trump's speech was a far cry from his bleak "American carnage" inaugural address when he took office on Jan. 20.
A senior White House official said Ivanka Trump made recommendations for the speech during a brainstorming session in the Oval Office on Sunday, helping her father decide on a new approach aimed at easing concerns over whether he had the right temperament to govern effectively.
"He had a lot of voices around him giving him ideas and suggestions that he incorporated, but he really set out to achieve that optimistic tone and that was something she was supportive of. She encouraged him to do that," one official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
"She had a role," said another. "She helped set the tone."
But it mightn't last as President Trump has already lashed out at the Democrats, calling them "hypocrites" over calls for an investigation into his administration's contacts with Russia, posting a photograph on the internet of one of the opposition party's leaders sharing doughnuts and coffee with Vladimir Putin.