Trump Jr. and ex-wife Vanessa celebrate daughter’s birthday with family outing

June 9, 2019 by Robert Ayers

Donald Trump, Jr. and ex-wife Vanessa Trump may have their differences, but it’s clear that they know how to put those aside for what really matters in life: family.

On Saturday, Trump Jr. and Vanessa were seen together at a monster truck rally, where they took their children to celebrate their daughter Chloe’s birthday. 

Fun for all

Trump Jr. highlighted the Monster Jam, which took place at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, in a series of photos that he posted on his Instagram account.

“Chloe has a birthday coming up next week and her favorite thing in the world is Monster Trucks so her present came a week early,” Don Jr. wrote. “No better way to spend a Saturday with the kids than at Monster Jam.”

Trump Jr. included a photo of himself with his ex-wife and their five children: Kai, age 12; Spencer, 6; Tristan, 7; Chloe, who will be turning 5; and Donnie, 10.

The whole group appeared to be having a blast as they took photos with different drivers. They even got the opportunity to climb up and sit in the monster trucks.

Family first

Trump Jr., the eldest son of President Donald Trump, and his now ex-wife split up last November.

“We finalized our agreement at the end of last year,” Trump Jr. said in February. “We are incredibly lucky to have five amazing children and are committed to raising them together.”

He added: “Our kids and their happiness will always be our first priority.”

Co-parenting

Saturday’s outing was the second time in recent months that the group has been seen in public together. The other time was in March at Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, where they were seen greeting President Trump at the helipad where Marine One landed.

Trump Jr. is currently dating Kimberly Guilfoyle, the president’s top campaign advisor for the 2020 election. But his frequent appearances with his children show that they continue to be a priority for him.

It’s refreshing to see a separated couple put their differences aside for the greater good — the happiness of their children.

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