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So creepiness runs in the family?’ Ivanka Trump shares ‘gross’ photo of her children playing ‘peek-a-boo’ under her dress,

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  • Ivanka Trump took to social media on Tuesday evening to share images of her three young children playing a game of peek-a-boo 
  • She shared a photo of Arabella, six, Joseph, four, and Theodore, one – attempting to hide under her flawless red, floor-length gown  
  • Critics called the photos ‘creepy’ and ‘gross’ and mercilessly mocked her caption after she incorrectly wrote ‘peak-a-boo’ instead of ‘peek-a-boo’ 
  • Ivanka has yet to comment on the criticism, and on Wednesday she was at the White House watching her father address reporters before a cabinet meeting 

Ivanka Trump is being raked over the coals for sharing a series of photos of her three children playing peek-a-boo under her red ball gown, as critics call the photos ‘creepy’ and mock her incorrect use of the word ‘peak.’

The 36-year-old first daughter may have thought she was just posting a few cute snapshots of herself playing with her kids on Tuesday evening, but many Twitter users slammed her for letting her children play under her dress.

‘Oh good lord, there is so much wrong with this picture,’ one Twitter user wrote. ‘Are you seriously so utterly tone deaf than to post a picture of boys looking up your dress?’

Inappropriate? Twitter users took to the comments section of the post to call it 'creepy'

'So much wrong with this picture': One Twitter called Ivanka 'tone deaf' after she posted the snapshot 

Or is it a dig about men hiding behind their momma’s skirts? Or should we just go … how many boys can you fit in your skirt? #TMI,’ the person added.

Ivanka took to Twitter yesterday evening to post an image of her children – Arabella, six, Joseph, four, and Theodore, one – attempting to hide under her flawless red, floor-length gown.

The fashion mogul shared a similar image to her Instagram page showing an adorable Theodore sitting on the ground at her feet while in his pajamas in the family’s living room.

Ivanka captioned both posts – simply writing ‘Peak-a-boo.’

There's more: The fashion mogul shared a similar image to her Instagram page showing an adorable Theodore sitting on the ground at her feet

Not a fan: One Twitter user called the photo 'gross' and asked God to 'make it all stop'

Normal family fun? Donna Connellly questioned if this is 'how the Trump play'

'This whole family is just off': One Twitter understood the photo was meant to be cute but still found it creepy 

n addition to calling the pictures ‘creepy’ and ‘gross,’ many Twitter users mercilessly made fun of her for incorrectly writing ‘peak’ instead of ‘peek.’

‘So creepiness runs in the family. Kids playing in your dress? BTW, it’s peek not mountain “peak”. God help us,’ one Twitter user wrote, another person named Cora Mae added: ‘You can’t even spell. By the way, this picture is creepy.’

‘That is a bit creepy…’ the Resist Hypocrisy Twitter account commented. ‘No one thinks letting young boys under a dress where they can look up is a bit weird?’

One person pointed out that most children know the difference between ‘peek’ and ‘peak,’ writing: ‘My 7 year old just peeked over my shoulder, read this and said “That’s ‘peak’ like a mountain, not ‘peek’ like ‘I see you’.” God bless our public ed system.’

Whoops: When she captioned the photos on Twitter and Instagram, Ivanka incorrectly wrote 'peak-a-boo' instead of 'peek-a-boo'

English lesson: Plenty of Twitter users pointed out that 'peek' means to look while 'peak' is the top of a mountain  

Hitting back: Jesse Blanchard took the opportunity to bring up allegations of sexual harassment against her father, President Trump 

How hard is it? Joe Pergola questioned why the first family doesn't have anyone check their tweets for errors

Quick question: One person asked if Ivanka's husband, Jared Kushner, was also under her dress hidng from special counsel Robert Mueller 

Cassandra Paige responded by noting that Ivanka is highly educated and attended the Chapin School, an elite all-girls school in Manhattan, and Choate Rosemary Hall, a famous boarding school in Connecticut.

‘Except she went to expensive private school. I went to public school and I know the difference between peak and peek,’ she wrote.

Other people used the photo as an opportunity to bring up the allegations of sexual assault against her father, President Trump, who was famously recorded telling Billy Bush that he grabs women ‘by the p****y.’

‘Okay Ivaka, peak means the highest point or value of something,’ Jesse Blanchard wrote. ‘Peek is something your father buys beauty pageant to do.’

Russian doll: One Twitter user called Ivanka 'Kremlin Barbie' while pointing out her spelling error 
Just saying: One person pointed out that most children know the difference between 'peek' and 'peak'

Shout out to public school: Cassandra Paige noted that Ivanka went to expensive private schools and still doesn't know the difference between the two spellings 

Join the club: Cora Mae was one of the many people who pointed out the spelling error while telling her the snapshot was creepy 

Is this how the Trumps play? And you think this is normal?’ Donna Connelly asked.

Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, was also slammed in the comments section, with many insisting that he was headed to jail.

President Trump’s son-in-law was thrown into the heart of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe after being implicated as the official who told Michael Flynn to contact Russian officials on behalf of the White House.

While commenting on the photo of Ivanka’s children huddled under her dress, one Twitter user asked: ‘Is Jared hiding under their too? You know, from Mueller?’

Holiday spirit: People presumably pictured President Trump as miserly Ebenezer Scrooge when they compared Ivanka to the Ghost of Christmas Present

Comparison: In A Christmas Carol, the novella by Charles Dickens, the Ghost of Christmas Present lifts up his robes to show two emaciated children named Ignorance and Want 

Comparison: In A Christmas Carol, the novella by Charles Dickens, the Ghost of Christmas Present lifts up his robes to show two emaciated children named Ignorance and Want

Fan club: Despite the scathing criticism, some people found Ivanka's picture to be 'sweet' 

Fan club: Despite the scathing criticism, some people found Ivanka’s picture to be ‘sweet’

'Nothing is wrong': Mohit Maurya told ivanka that she has 'done well' 

‘Nothing is wrong’: Mohit Maurya told ivanka that she has ‘done well’

'Great photo'!' A woman named Renee Michelle advised Ivanka to ignore her haters 

‘Great photo’!’ A woman named Renee Michelle advised Ivanka to ignore her haters