Ivanka Trump is really soaking up her newfound free time.
A laid-back and carefree former first daughter hit Miami for a wakeboarding outing Thursday — just days after announcing she’s done with politics and won’t be part of her father’s 2024 presidential campaign.
Ivanka, 41, was all smiles as she hit the waves in her matching black swimsuit, lifejacket and hat, exclusive photos show.
Later, Ivanka covered up in a black mini-dress and glasses as she stepped off the boat and back onto dry land.
The outing was the first time the mother of three has been seen in public since she skipped former president Donald Trump’s campaign announcement at Mar-a-Lago Tuesday night — and later revealed that she has no future plans to “get involved in politics.”
A source told The Post on Thursday that she just wants a “normal life” for her family with husband and fellow Trump administration adviser Jared Kushner, moving forward.
“Ivanka hates all the criticism and threats, and she’s unhappy with how many of their friends have turned their backs on them,” the source said of her time in the political spotlight during Trump’s presidency.
“He feels it’s bad for his family… and negative in general in his circle of friends.”
The source added that Ivanka didn’t make any friends during her and Jared’s short time as unpaid presidential advisors in the White House.
“He wants a normal life that he can organize for himself and his family… he doesn’t enjoy being a political target,” the source said.
Ivanka and Jared have been renting a condo in Miami since leaving Washington, DC in January 2021 with their three children — Arabella, 11, Joseph, 9, and Theodore, 6.
Sources previously told The Post that Trump, 76, spent part of Tiffany Trump’s wedding last week trying to convince Ivanka and Jared to present a united front by joining him on stage.
Meanwhile, Trump is still hoping he can convince his eldest daughter to jump on the campaign trail in 2024 but, according to a source, “Ivanka isn’t budging.”
Following Trump’s announcement, Ivanka released a statement saying she still supports her father but will not be involved in his new bid for the White House.
“I love my father very much. This time, I choose to prioritize my young children and the private life we have created as a family. I have no plans to get involved in politics,” she said.
“While I will always love and support my father, going forward I will do so outside the realm of politics,” he added. “I am grateful to have had the honor of serving the American people and will always be proud of the many accomplishments of our administration.”
Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, was among family members and supporters in the crowd for the campaign announcement.