This Is Where Ivanka Trump May Live After Trump Leaves The White House

The presidential election was held on Nov. 3, 2020, but it's only weeks later that President Donald Trump is finally appearing to accept the results — a.k.a. his loss. On Nov. 23, the Trump administration reportedly notified President-elect Joe Biden, via the General Services Administration, that the transition process is officially beginning, per The Hill. The very next day, Biden tweeted, "Let's begin the work to heal and unite America and the world." There hasn't been a formal concession speech from Trump, and it's entirely possible there never will be, but that doesn't mean things aren't shifting in a new direction.

This change will be solidified in just a few months when Biden actually takes over the oval office. Come January 2021, when the 46th president moves into the White House with his wife Dr. Jill Biden and their dogs Major and Champ, what will happen to the Trump crew? There are swirling rumors that Melania Trump is already eager to get back to the Big Apple and resume aspects of her old lifestyle. The president himself has hinted he'll be headed to Florida, specifically Palm Beach. But what about first daughter Ivanka Trump, her husband Jared Kushner, and their three young children — Arabella, Joseph, and Theodore? Where will they call home?

A new report suggests that following her family's time in Washington, Ivanka will be headed to a location her father knows rather well. Keep reading for all the deets.

If Ivanka Trump moves to this location, her father will surely visit

The year 2021 already promises to bring plenty of change — including a new president and hopes of accessible vaccines to fight the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. While those shifts can have a nation-wide, and even global, impact, there are, of course, inevitably changes we'll each face in our individual lives. Same goes for Ivanka Trump, who's transitioning from working in Washington to living a post-White House day-to-day life. So, what's in the cards for President Donald Trump's oldest daughter?

According to The Daily Mail, the businesswoman is "reportedly planning a swift exit from the nation's capital to set up a permanent residency in the Garden State." Yep, she may be heading to the home of Snooki, The Situation, and JWoww — good, old New Jersey. While she's not hitting up the Jersey Shore like those MTV reality stars, she is considering residing in the same state. 

Daily Mail reported Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner are trying to "extend their 'cottage' on the grounds of the Trump National Golf Club" in Bedminster, N.J. These renovation plans focus on an "expanded master bedroom, bath and dressing room, two new bedrooms, a study, and a ground floor veranda," which suggest it could become more permanent digs. If the Kushners do decide to stay in their golf-course cottage, there's no doubt Ivanka will be seeing her dad plenty, since he visits Bedminster fairly frequently, including attending a fundraiser there as recently as October 2020.

Here's why Ivanka Trump supposedly won't return to NYC

As The Daily Mail reported, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are looking to get the ball rolling on plans to expand a cottage in New Jersey and call it home — although "cottage" feels like a modest way to sum up a spot that includes "a recreation complex with pickleball courts, a spa and a yoga complex, in addition to a relocated heliport and a general store." But considering Ivanka used to be a Manhattan businesswoman, why isn't she returning to her New York City roots?

As it turns out, the decision may be less Ivanka's own, and more the result of a changing societal opinion. According to what brand management mogul Donny Deutsch told The New York Times in November 2020, a NYC move is more difficult for the Kushner clan now, as they're less likely to be welcomed with open arms. Deutsch claimed of the couple, "In an odd way, they will even have a harder time than Trump himself. He's despicable but larger than life. Those two are the hapless minions who went along."

Meanwhile, in early November, a source claimed on Rob Shuter's Naughty But Nice podcast, "For the past four years, Melania has missed her life in New York. She loves the city and the lifestyle she used to have and cannot wait to get it back at Trump Tower." So, Donald Trump's wife may be headed to NYC, while one of his daughters could be opting for Jersey. But since at this point, nothing is confirmed, we'll all just have to wait and see.