Most of President-elect Donald Trump’s immediate family have made some waves in the media since he began his political career almost two years ago and eventually reached the cusp of the country’s highest office. His eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., caused a stir by comparing Syrian refugees to the candy Skittles, his wife Melania was at the center of a plagiarism scandal for her speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and Eric Trump illegally tweeted out his ballot on Election Day.

However, Vanessa Trump, wife of Donald Jr., may be the least controversial member of the soon-to-be first family. The former actress and model, 39, appears to pride herself on being a mother to her five children.

According to her official Twitter account, which boasts more than 130,000 followers, Vanessa Trump, nee Haydon, places extra emphasis on her role in her profile description: “ I'm a Mother of 5 amazing kids. My children are my life! ”

Recently, her retweets have focused solely on the new first family and their holiday trip to the president-elect’s Mar-a-Lago compound in Palm Beach, Florida. Vanessa and Donald were married at the estate, according to their wedding announcement in The New York Times.

Vanessa and Donald wed in November 2005 and two years later the couple had their first child, daughter Kai. In 2009, Vanessa gave birth to her second child, Donald Trump III, followed by sons Tristan and Spencer in 2011 and 2012, respectively, and then daughter Chloe in 2014.

Born in New York on Dec. 18, 1977, Vanessa Trump eventually became a model and signed with the top agency Wilhelmina Models and when she was 20 she reportedly dated esteemed Hollywood superstar Leonardo Dicaprio, according to the New York Daily News.

She also has ties to television and film. Vanessa Trump’s appeared as a celebrity judge for the Miss USA pageant in 2004 and also made an appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s show and the president-elect’s reality show “The Apprentice," both in 2011.

Before that, she had a bit role in the 2003 Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson-led romantic comedy “Something’s Gotta Give,” according to her IMDB profile.