Arabella Rose Kushner
Ivanka Trump and daughter Arabella Rose Kushner arrive for a prayer service with U.S. President Donald Trump at Washington National Cathedral, Washington, Jan. 21, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner played an important role in the construction mogul’s path to the White House. Both have also shifted base, along with their three children, to Washington D.C. as Kushner takes up responsibilities in the White House.

As Trump’s foreign policy towards China remains a matter of speculation, Ivanka’s eldest child has become an instant hit in the country after a video posted by her on Instagram went viral on social media.

Here is what you need to know about Arabella Rose Kushner.

Arabella, 5, is Ivanka and husband Kushner’s first child after their marriage in late 2009. Born on July 17, 2011, she is Trump’s third oldest grandchild, born after Donald Trump Jr.’s children Kai Madison and Donald Trump III.

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In this photo, Ivanka Trump and daughter Arabella Rose Kushner arrive for a prayer service with President Donald Trump at Washington National Cathedral the morning after his inauguration, Washington, D.C., Jan. 21, 2017. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Arabella, who was previously based out of New York with her parents, started kindergarten last fall and her parents were photographed walking her to her first day of school. According to reports, she was attending a private Manhattan-based school with tuition of around $33,000 per year.

Since her parents moved to Washington D.C. to be closer to Trump as Kushner takes on responsibilities in the White House, Town & Country magazine reported that Arabella has begun classes at the Jewish Primary Day School in the city. Both Ivanka and Kushner are orthodox Jews.

The eldest Kushner child plays the piano and her mother has posted clips of her practice sessions on Instagram last year.

A video clip of Arabella playing with a traditional Chinese puppet while singing in Chinese as the world celebrates the Lunar New Year has brought her love from the Asian country at a time when her grandfather is being criticized for not sending out Chinese New Year greetings, a practice common for the incumbent president.

Here are pictures of Arabella, which her mother routinely posts on her Instagram account: