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Life in Ivanka's Shoes

Ivanka Trump is the rarest heiress: a head-down, hardworking mom who clocks 16-hour days. No wonder she makes comfortable pumps in her new shoe collection — she needs them. Don't we all?

Ivanka Trump, it's safe to say, had a different upbringing than most of us. (Okay, all of us.) Her childhood home was a gilded penthouse on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue; the shop down the street was Tiffany. Her parents were among the splashiest personalities of the '80s: the characteristically blunt gazillionaire Donald Trump and the hairsprayed, shoulder-padded Ivana. They divorced in the most spectacular way possible when Ivanka was 9 years old. The logical assumption: She would end up dancing on a table next to the Hilton sisters.

Instead, Ivanka seems to have taken all that fame and money and familial kookiness as a challenge, and emerged as a likable, low-key, hyper- hardworking business mogul. For starters, she's scrupulously nice. When we meet at a New York City restaurant, she arrives at exactly 9 a.m.—she'd never keep someone waiting—is a sweetheart to the waitress, and warms me up by complimenting my posture ("It's incredible! I'm very impressed!"). Then, as she launches into a description of her 16-hour days, I start to realize: She isn't just driven to prove herself to the world and upend the stereotype of a trust-fund baby. She has insanely high standards for herself.

"I'm always working," Ivanka says, simultaneously texting one of her brothers at the office and digging into some scrambled eggs. The 31-year-old graduated cum laude from the Wharton School of Finance in 2004, and, true story, showed up for her first job two hours before starting time. After proving herself at outside companies, she joined the Trump Organization in 2005, where she manages to be executive vice president of development and acquisitions while also acting as a thoughtful (but refreshingly direct) judge and advisor on her father's reality show, Celebrity Apprentice. "It's a family company, so I can't really say, 'Now is off-time,'" she points out. "But I don't mind. I love it." Then there's her other job, as principal of a swiftly expanding namesake brand that includes a popular range of affordably priced shoes as well as fine jewelry, fragrance, clothing, handbags, sunglasses, and home accessories. In 2011, Ivanka had a baby girl, Arabella, and naturally she's not letting herself off the hook at home. If she's enmeshed in a big project during the week, "I'm going to work extra-hard on the weekends to make up for not being home at 6 o'clock to put Arabella to bed." Ivanka's husband of three years, Jared Kushner—a real-estate entrepreneur himself—understands her drive, "although he never gets frazzled like me," she says. "He's always unbelievably calm. I think he's a mutant."

Ivanka may be a major achiever, but she's also charmingly honest about how difficult it all is. In person, she's much looser and funnier than her buttoned-up persona on The Apprentice. Slightly punchy after a morning session of Elmo-watching with Arabella—"my brain's a little fried," she admits—her conversation ranges from her love of cooking to her cringe-worthy early teen years, "a bratty period where I was too cool for school." And how can you not love a captain of industry whose ringtone is the sound of her daughter laughing? "It freaks my brothers out! I think it's really cute, but they think it sounds like Chucky," she says, laughing as her phone goes off and puzzled diners glance around for a baby. "I've gotten some great looks from 50-year-old bankers when I'm in meetings." That's the thing about Ivanka—she'll surprise you.

REDBOOK: As a working mother, do you suffer from mom guilt?
Ivanka Trump: Oh, every morning I'm so sad to leave Arabella. But it's important for me to continue what I'm doing. It's fulfilling to me, and I think it makes me a better mom when I'm home. And incidentally, I hate the expression "working mom," because when I'm with Arabella on the weekends, I'm much more exhausted on Monday morning than I am on Friday night! [Laughs] I think the expression "working" versus "non-working" implies that a mother who stays home doesn't work. It's far more difficult than anything I do in the office.

It is a special kind of fatigue. Why does coloring and playing with blocks drain you so completely?
I don't think any other work environment requires you to be a hundred percent on, fully responsible for entertaining, and completely at the whim of another person. Even the most high-maintenance boss isn't going to sit and watch you the whole time, making sure you're paying attention to them, whereas with a child, it's like, 'Wait, what? You're not watching me right now? Really? Then I'm going to go spill this milk.' Even bosses from hell don't behave like that! And yet it's incredible and I wouldn't want to miss a moment. I'm a big believer in creating family traditions. Every Tuesday morning, I make a proper eggs breakfast and we all sit down and eat.

Why Tuesday morning?
It just seemed like a good morning—why not? And every Wednesday at noon, Arabella comes to my office and we have lunch. In the evenings, from 6 p.m. to 7:15, I run home from the office, which is two blocks away. I give her a bath, we read books, I give her a bottle, and I put her to bed. I'll leave my phone near the door and pick it up when I leave—for one hour, people will have to wait. Then I go back to the office. I think it's about making sure you have good priorities, rather than trying to achieve perfection in terms of balance.

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Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner expecting their second child!

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Ivanka Trump confirmed on her Twitter account that she and her husband were expecting their second child this fall.

The couple already had a daughter, Arabella Rose, who was born on July 17, 2011.


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