Ivanka Trump delivered a speech during the evening session on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. Getty Images

Ivanka Trump is mostly widely known as an American businesswomen, former model and the daughter of President Donald Trump. Her graceful presence on the political campaign won over the hearts of many Americans, with some citing her visibility as being beneficial for her father’s then-bid for the White House.

The 35-year-old socialite and now first daughter had some help from her billionaire father as she grew up, but eventually earned her way into the business world releasing a line of footwear and handbags. She currently stands with a net worth of $300 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. In 2009, she married American real estate developer Jared Kushner who also has a net worth of $300 million.

Ivanka was touted as her father’s favorite child. The president has been known for his consistent praise of her during interviews and speeches, with some comments verging on inappropriate: “I've said that if Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I would be dating her,” he said during an appearance on “The View” in March 2006.

“I think her father really listens to her, and when I say listens to her I mean I think her father respects her a great deal, and not just because she’s his daughter. I don’t say that lightly. I have a lot of wealthy friends who have kids and a few of them stand out, but not that many,” Trump family friend Carl Icahn told The New York Times.

The first daughter has also utilized her influence in the White House since her father’s inauguration in January. She and Kushner reportedly convinced Trump to remain quiet about going against an international deal signed by 195 countries that sought to combat climate change and pollution. Trump has previously claimed he believed climate change was a hoax generated by China.

“[Ivanka] is very, very trusted by me. She has great real-estate instincts and great political instincts,” Trump said about his daughter quoted by the New York Times.