First daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner have pulled their three children out of their private school in Washington, D.C., after administrators voiced their concerns about the family’s disregard for COVID-19 safety guidelines.

The school received several complaints from parents of other students who were upset about the couple’s refusal to follow the school’s handbook for COVID precautionary rules, CNN reports.

Since Kushner and Trump are often photographed and make appearances on television, their disregard for the safety rules was quite evident.

“There was no secret about their behaviors because everyone could see them,” a parent from the school told CNN.

After requests were made for Trump and Kushner to practice social distancing, wear face masks, and self-quarantine if necessary, the couple decided to pull their children out of the school.

The school allegedly had confronted Kushner about not adhering to guidelines.

“Unnamed sources attacking a family’s decision about what is best for their kids in the middle of a pandemic is shameful,” White House spokeswoman Carolina Hurley said in a statement in response to the alleged complaints.

The couple’s children have been enrolled in the school since 2017 after the family relocated to Washington once Donald Trump became president, according to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.

However, as of Oct. 19, the three children are enrolled in a school located in suburban Maryland. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported that the decision to switch the kids’ school was based on which institution offered more in-person learning.

The Kushners' three children are Arabella Rose Kushner, who is 9 years old, while Joseph Frederick Kushner is 7 years old and Theodore James Kushner is 4 years old.

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Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner watch as German Chancellor Angela Merkel and U.S. President Donald Trump hold a joint news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., March 17, 2017. Reuters