President Donald Trump wasn't the only member of his family to take on a new world of political duties after his shocking upset victory in the 2016 presidential election.

First Daughter Ivanka Trump remained an active force throughout his transition from real estate billionaire to the leader of the free world and beyond, joining him in hosting world leaders at Trump Towers in New York City, taking phone calls on women's issues with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and encouraging the future generation to pursue education in STEM fields.  

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A few months in and she hasn’t slowed down: the first daughter, now an official member of her father's administration, has begun serving as an assistant to the president, planning to take on coding classes this summer with her daughter Arabella and keeping fit with cycling classes in Washington, D.C.

RTSJ49F Ivanka Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump, arrives to speak at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, July 21 2016. Photo: Reuters

Despite raising concerns in recent months over her reportedly influential role in shaping her father's presidential agenda, Ivanka Trump won’t be receiving a paycheck from the federal government and will have “increased opportunities to lead initiatives driving real policy benefits for the American public that would not have been available to her previously," a White House spokesperson said in a statement announcing her new position.

Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, who both have offices in the West Wing, have been instrumental in several key aspects of Trump’s presidency so far, including the White House’s decision to maintain former President Barack Obama’s protections for LGBTQ federal employees.

When she isn’t tending to her children, meeting with school children at national museums – as she did this week in her first speech since Trump’s inauguration – or working inside the White House, Ivanka Trump may be found in a Washington, D.C. cycling studio.

The first daughter maintains her health by frequently hitting up FlyWheel classes. The cycling class, similar to the SoulCycle sessions former First Lady Michelle Obama has been attending since moving out of the White House, offers more technological components to the spin workout allowing those exercising to compete with each other while tracking their metrics.

It may be a busy time to be one of the Trumps, but the first daughter seems to have taken on the challenge effortlessly. What comes next for Ivanka Trump, only she may know.