Donald Trump and his family arrived in Washington DC shortly after noon today, just 24 hours before Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
Trump’s family exited the plane first after landing at Joint Base Andrews, with Donald’s son Barron hesitantly leading the way.
Donald’s 10-year-old son was then followed by Donald Jr. and his wife Vanessa with their five children. Eric Trump exited next with his wife Lara.
The Donald’s two oldest sons are in Washington D.C. for just the weekend before they head back to New York City to continue running the Trump organization while their father is in office.
Then came America’s new political power couple Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, along with their three children.
The family touched down in what will now be their new home as Kushner gets to work as a senior adviser to Trump in the White House.
Tiffany Trump was the last child to leave, exiting solo and without boyfriend Ross Mechanic, who had de-boarded at the rear of the aircraft. She was followed by some of Donald’s siblings.
Then, after a pause, Donald and Melania exited the plane, with Donald waving to those at the base before descending the stairs with his wife.
Donald posted an Instagram photo of himself exiting the plane almost immediately after landing, writing: ‘Just landed with Melania & my family. Thank you for all of your support. I love you – and WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!’