Who knew this little blond-haired, blue-eyed boy would grow up to be Donald Trump, a billionaire dad with skyscrapers and a 727 bearing his name?
In 1977, Donald married Ivana, a former Olympic skier from Czechoslovakia. Before their divorce in 1992, they had three children together.
From an early age, the three eldest Trump children knew they would one day follow in their father's footsteps. Ivanka, Donald Jr. and Eric all work in the family business in New York City.
Tiffany Trump is Donald's daughter with his second wife, Marla Maples. The fourth Trump child is named after the iconic jewelry store and has grown up away from the spotlight with her mother in Los Angeles.
A day-in-the-life of Tiffany Trump
Donald Trump Jr. poses with sister Ivanka and brother Eric after his 2005 wedding to Vanessa Haydon. These three Trump Organization executives say they love working for their father.
"[My father is] a phenomenal boss," Ivanka says. "He expects excellence from everyone that works for him and that includes his children, so it's a high bar."
Donald Jr. and his wife Vanessa, who were set up by Donald Sr. at a fashion show, now have two children, Kai and Donald III.
Married life seems to be sweeter the third time around for Donald. After six years of marriage, both he and wife Melania agree that having a good friendship has played a pivotal role in their relationship.
Donald Trump holds his son Barron, his first child with Melania, after being honored with the 2,327th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007.
Ivanka Trump is picture-perfect with brother Barron and step-mother Melania.
Just shy of 5 years old, Barron, Melania says, is the little boss of the house "It's school, it's learning, it's lunchtime, it's shower time, it's playtime," she says. Barron also enjoys golfing with his dad.
The Trumps leave an impression in Chicago as Donald and his children Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric make handprints during a 2008 press conference at the Trump International Hotel and Tower. The 92-story tower is the second tallest building in the Windy City, just shy of the Willis (formerly known as Sears) Tower.
Donald gets to work at Chicago's Trump International Hotel
Photo: Brian Marcus/Fred Marcus Photography
In 2009, Ivanka tied the knot to publishing executive Jared Kushner in a lace wedding gown designed by Vera Wang. The lavish wedding included a 6-foot tall wedding cake and a star-studded, 500-person guest list.
"She had a budget—it was unlimited, and she exceeded it," Donald jokes.
In January 2011, Ivanka announced that she and Jared are expecting their first child.
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