Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Unusually 'Cold' With Each Other at Party
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A fellow partygoer is surprised to notice that the usually rosy couple 'kept their distance' from each other at a recent yacht party on Miami's Bay of Biscayne.

AceShowbiz - The stress of work may have put a little strain in Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's relationship. Words are the usually rosy couple acted differently to each other at a recent party in Miami amid the Trump Organization tax fraud case.

Fellow partygoers tell Page Six that Ivanka and Jared seemed a little "cold" with each other at a yacht party on Miami's Bay of Biscayne. An onlooker surprised to notice the frosty vibe dishes, "I never saw them interact. They stood in the same group, but almost as acquaintances."

"As they moseyed around the party, they kept their distance [from each other]," the informant adds, noting that the eldest daughter of former president Donald Trump and her husband of 13 years were "never too close; never too far apart."

Despite the pair's odd display of behavior, Ivanka reportedly had positive vibes during the party. "She had a very confident 'night out on the town' look and feel about her," says an onlooker. She reportedly sipped "some sort of cocktail" at the party thrown by Kygo's Palm Tree Crew brand, which was also attended by Yankees star Giancarlo Stanton and Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Captial Group, while Jared drank the oddly elaborate canned water, Liquid Death.

Ivanka and Jared, who are both 41 years old, have been married since 2009. They have three children, daughter Arabella Rose, born in July 2011, and sons Joseph Frederick and Theodore James, who were born in October 2013 and March 2016 respectively.

Ivanka was an executive at the Trump Organization from 2005 until 2017, when she left to work in her father's administration. The company was found guilty of criminal tax fraud on Tuesday, December 6 and could face a $1.6 million fine.

The Trump Org was convicted on all 17 counts it faced, including tax fraud, falsifying business records, conspiracy and related crimes, following two days of deliberations in Manhattan Supreme Court. The company is set to be sentenced on January 13.

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