Ivanka Trump amd her siblings have been living it up at Buckingham palace, and have been posting various pics and videos of their escapades in the Queen’s quarters
Describing their experiences as ‘magical’, ‘enchanting’, ‘spectacular’ and using emojis like ‘🇺🇸❤️🇬🇧’ (Sorry, I’m sure the feeling ‘aint mutual) – their posts are a polar opposite to that of the actual royal family like Prince William and Harry who have steered clear of even recognising the Trumps visit on their social media pages.
We get it, you’re the first family of America. No need to name drop the queen and her family on social media.
I mean, talk about trying too hard! (Not even Meghan goes that far!)
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Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner – who serves as an adviser to daddy dearest – as well as her siblings Tiffany, Donald Jr, Eric and his pregnant wife Lara, have been documenting their state visit alongside the president and his wife Melania, on social media, which officially began on Monday.
We’re not surprised by Ivanka ‘s cringe-worthy ‘outfit of the day’ posts and wannabe-princess references (we see you trying to pull a Grace of Monaco vibe), after all, many have criticised her for somewhat delusional attitude and ‘cashing in’ on her father’s role as POTUS.
Why are taxpayers paying for your vacation? What is it that you do again? #nepotism
— Cynthia Teague (@CynthiaMTeague) June 4, 2019
But one such post, which captures Ivanka and hubby spookily standing behind the palace curtains on Tuesday, has gone completely viral
The couple eerily stand facing the window, devoid of any emotion as they stare into the distance.
“Looking forward to another great day in London,” the ‘first daughter’ captions the post.
But instead of being met with awe or applause, the internet was – and is – having a field day of the meme-worthy moment, and we can’t help laugh along!
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“Dead inside”, “empty and dark” and “creepiest thing I’ve ever seen” are some of the responses found in the comments section.
Even horror movie maestro Jordan Peele (of Get Out and Us fame) claims that the post has inspired him in his bid to create more box-office hits
“I’ve been getting a lot of great inspiration recently,” the filmmaker retorted to the image.
Between this and that terrifying sorority video, I’ve been getting a lot of great inspiration recently. https://t.co/QMEmYlPQDr
— Jordan Peele (@JordanPeele) June 4, 2019
LOL! See how the internet responded to this social media fail!
— Meredith Lee (@meralee727) June 3, 2019
Looks like two very empty souls
— Linda Patterson (@LindaPa34660028) June 4, 2019
More like Flowers in the Attic pic.twitter.com/XqD29XvzOw
— Michael Steinbruck (@steinbruck) June 4, 2019
— Jochen Fromm (@JochenFromm) June 4, 2019
I see dead people.
— Rama Lama Fa Fa Fo (@aresterille) June 5, 2019
They have no soul
— Meredith Lee (@meralee727) June 4, 2019
The undead. pic.twitter.com/BCAFwS7gPy
— Chuckbluz (@chuckbluz) June 4, 2019
The new Omen movie looks lit pic.twitter.com/wfVMHPlGcb
— Clara Jeffery (@ClaraJeffery) June 3, 2019
— Empty White House Podium (@EmptyWHPodium) June 4, 2019
— Robert Frost (@citezenunited) June 5, 2019
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