President Donald Trump embraces first lady Melania Trump and his eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, after his inauguration in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2017. Getty Images

While Melania Trump is now officially the first lady of the United States, the country sees far more of the president’s eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump. Ivanka Trump also took on a larger role in her father’s campaign than his wife did, begging the question: How well do the two women get along?

Ivanka Trump, for her part, has praised the first lady’s virtues as a mom and a philanthropist even though they're not related by blood. Donald Trump had Ivanka with his first wife, Ivana, before the two divorced in 1992. The president then went on to marry Marla Maples, whom he divorced before marrying Melania Trump in 2005.

“Melania is an unbelievable mother. It’s pretty uncommon for wives of candidates to not be on the campaign trail every day. And she made a decision I totally respect, which is that she has a young son, he needs stability, he needs routine,” she told People in July 2016 of the future first lady's decision to fly under the radar. “My father’s traveling so frequently, and she is an unbelievably consistent, loving and reliable figure in Barron’s life.”

The first lady still has not joined the president in the White House, choosing instead to remain in New York City so their son Barron, 10, can finish the school year in one place.

“Melania is very smart, she’s very warm, she’s got an incredible heart,” Ivanka Trump told People. She also commended the first lady’s work with charitable organizations. Melania Trump has served as a Red Cross Ambassador and been involved with Love Our Children USA and the Boys Club of New York, among other charities.

Voters seem to agree with Ivanka Trump’s assessment of the first lady. A Politico/Morning Consult poll conducted in January showed that both Melania Trump and Ivanka Trump were well-liked. Forty-seven percent of voters viewed Melania Trump with a favorable opinion, while 32 percent viewed her as unfavorable. Forty-nine percent of respondents had a favorable view of Ivanka Trump, while 30 percent viewed her as unfavorable.

It’s unclear what the first lady will focus on during her time in the White House, though she did mention the possibility of focusing on cyberbullying in a speech prior to the election.

President Donald Trump stands with first lady Melania Trump and his eldest daughter Ivanka Trump in front of the White House on Inauguration Day, Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2017. Getty