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  • Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner enjoyed exercise sessions around their luxury apartment in Miami Monday, a report says
  • Trump was spotted laughing and smiling as she appeared to speak to someone on the phone using earphones
  • Kushner was also photographed chatting with another man

Ivanka Trump was in high spirits after she and her husband Jared Kushner enjoyed an exercise session in Miami Monday.

In photos published by the Daily Mail, Trump 39, can be seen walking in the pool grounds outside of the luxury Arte Surfside apartment she and Kushner share with their three children — Arabella Rose, 9, Joseph Frederick, 7, and Theodore James, 5.

She was photographed laughing and smiling as she appeared to speak to someone on the phone using earphones. For the outing, Trump sported a black shirt and a khaki cap with the word "army" on it.

Meanwhile, her husband opted for a blue shirt, gray shorts, black sneakers and a gray cap for his own afternoon workout session. Kushner was also photographed talking to another man along the boardwalk near the Florida condominium they are leasing.

The outlet noted that the temperature in Miami at the time reached a high of 91 degrees Fahrenheit.

Trump and Kushner signed a one-year lease for an unfurnished unit in Arte Surfside back in February, The Wall Street Journal reported. They will reportedly be staying in the condo until their $32 million property in Florida's Indian Creek Island is ready.

Meanwhile, the couple's latest sighting comes days after they got their COVID-19 vaccines. 

Kushner waited in line for 30 minutes at a CVS in Miami Beach last Friday for his shot, Page Six reported. Meanwhile, Trump went to a randomly assigned CVS branch two days earlier for her own jab.

"They both signed up on a Florida state website and got the vaccines when they became available," an unnamed source told Page Six.

After receiving her shot, Trump broke her social media silence by sharing snaps of herself getting the COVID-19 vaccine on Twitter and Instagram and encouraging her supporters to get vaccinated as well.

"Today, I got the shot!!! I hope that you do too! Thank you Nurse Torres!!!" she wrote on Twitter.

However, it received mixed responses on social media, with some mocking her and others praising her for promoting vaccination.

"So great! Remember when your family called it a 'hoax' and intentionally let it spread so you could 'blame blue states' and now nearly a million Americans are dead? Good times," one person tweeted.

However, another wrote, "I know you're getting backlash from both sides, out of principle, I do appreciate your attempt to encourage Trump supporters to get vaccinated. There's always be echo chambers on Twitter, but just maybe you might have changed a person’s mind of their antivaxx stance & saved lives."

President Donald Trump is reportedly considering issuing a blanket pardon to son-in-law Jared Kusher and daughter Ivanka Trump -- and possibly even himself -- to fend off potential federal probes after he steps down on January 20. President Donald Trump is reportedly considering issuing a blanket pardon to son-in-law Jared Kusher and daughter Ivanka Trump -- and possibly even himself -- to fend off potential federal probes after he steps down on January 20. Photo: AFP / MANDEL NGAN