Ivanka Trump Baby Bump Picture: Donald Trump's Daughter Shows Off Photo Of Her Tiny Bump

Nathan Francis

Ivanka Trump is showing off her tiny baby bump, posting a picture of her growing pregnant belly and even stealing a bit of attention away from her father's big New Hampshire win.

Just as Donald Trump was closing out an important win in the GOP's New Hampshire primary, his daughter was going viral by sharing a photo of her still very tiny baby bump. Ivanka Trump shared the picture on Instagram, turning to the side and framing her bump for the camera.

"I crashed a shoot taking place in our office this week for our new apparel collection and my team snapped me walking past the set," Ivanka wrote in the caption. "Wow, has this bump popped!"

The 34-year-old already has two other children and said she "cannot wait" for No. 3 to arrive.

Even though she's in the home stretch of her pregnancy, Ivanka isn't too busy to help dad Donald Trump on his road toward the Republican nomination. The front-runner in the GOP's race, Donald rebounded from a loss in the Iowa caucus to score a resounding victory in New Hampshire.

Ivanka flew into a cold and snowy New Hampshire to attend a rally in Manchester, sharing a picture on Instagram of her arrival.

While it's not clear how much help Ivanka offered, Donald Trump seemed to revel in his New Hampshire win.

Ending an exciting day in NH with my siblings and @LaraLeaTrump @DonaldJTrumpJr @IvankaTrump #MakeAmericaGreatAgain pic.twitter.com/m45C92xiio

— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) February 10, 2016

"Whatever rally, you know, many, many people would show up -- many more than we ever anticipated," he told ABC's George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America. "It's a great place – New Hampshire – you know I love the people and they were reflective of it. It was a great evening."

Trump added that he's looking even better going forward, with several opponents already dropping out, including New Jersey Governor Chris Christie. Trump said he expects to pick up many of their supporters, and the numbers seem to back that up. In polls from the last several weeks, Trump is often cited as the second-favorite candidate for many backing others in the race.

"We are going to start winning again and we're going to win so much, you are going to be so happy," Trump said at a rally after his New Hampshire win. "We are going now to South Carolina. We're going to win in South Carolina."

Although she's got a very busy schedule -- and it's about to get busier with baby No. 3 on the way -- Ivanka Trump said she always makes sure to have quality time with her family.

In an interview for the Spring/Summer 2016 issue of Editorialist Magazine, Ivanka said she goes to great measures to make sure she's not missing the important moments.

"I take crazy 3 a.m. flights to ensure that I'm always there for breakfast and dinner," Ivanka said.

Ivanka added that there's no way she can make it to everything, so she's got to prioritize.

"For me, it's more about priorities. Rather than try and be there for everything, I've figured out which are the most meaningful interactions of the day and ensure I have those," she said. "With my son, it's sitting on the floor playing with his cars. With my daughter, we bond reading books."

She added, "But you're one kid's flu away from balance going out the window, no matter how fine-tuned you think your schedule is."

Although her baby bump picture may not show it, Ivanka Trump has only weeks left in her pregnancy. She and husband Jared Kushner are expected to welcome their newest addition to the family later this spring.

[Image via Instagram]