When Ivanka Trump needs a coffee fix, she does what most of us do: heads to her local Starbucks. The First Daughter was spotted at the Dupont North Starbucks in D.C., according to BuzzFeed reporter Ellie Hall and Twitter user Courtney, @yung_ina_garten.
If her tall stature and unique voice didn’t give her away, the name she gave the barista certainly did: Iva. Whether it’s because that’s an easier name to spell on the cup or she didn’t want to draw attention to herself is still a mystery.
So let’s get down to why we’re all really here: what exactly does Ivanka order when she visits the bux?
According to Ellie Hall — and corroborated by Courtney — the assistant to the president’s order is a non-fat vanilla latte, no whip.
Today in "Life in DC": Ivanka Trump waiting for her non-fat vanilla latte w/o whipped cream at Dupont North Starbucks pic.twitter.com/sr3ByUKI01
— Ellie Hall (@ellievhall) June 7, 2017
Another mystery? Why Iva specified that her espresso drink have no whip. Any Starbucks regular would know that vanilla lattes aren’t served with whipped cream. (In her defense, though, the Caffè Mocha Latte, Cinnamon Dolce Latte, White Chocolate Mocha Latte, and the seasonal favorite Pumpkin Spice Latte do come with whipped cream, so perhaps Trump was just covering her bases.)
Spotted in Dupont North Starbucks. Ivanka is just like us! pic.twitter.com/IIV5emeGgb
— Courtney (@yung_ina_garten) June 7, 2017
Our team at Eat This, Not That! couldn't help but analyze the nutritionals, given that we previously reported these Ivanka Trump's Diet Secrets Revealed.
If Trump ordered a Grande — because, let’s be real, who doesn’t? — her order would have clocked in at 200 calories, 0 grams of fat, 12 grams of protein, and a whopping 35 grams of sugar. A grande latte contains four pumps of vanilla syrup; so, to cut back on sugar, Ivanka could have just ordered one or two pumps, or a grande nonfat caffe latte for 18 grams of sugar and 130 calories. Next time, she should check out our 8 Ways to Slim Down Your Starbucks Order.
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