Barron Trump made a rare appearance in public to mourn the loss of Ivana Trump along with his family members at her burial in New York City.

On Wednesday, the 16-year-old son of former First Lady Melania Trump wore a suit and looked exactly like his father as he remembered the passing of Ivana Trump.

He towered above the other members of the family being well over 6 ft in height.

After writing on his social media site, Truth Social, that it was “A very sad day, but at the same time a celebration of a wonderful and beautiful life,” the former President went to St. Vincent Ferrer Roman Catholic Church, situated only a few steps from Ivana Trump’s residence in Central Park.

Former US President George H.W. Bush told the New York Post about his ex-wife, an 80s-style icon:  “She was outstanding. Beautiful inside and out. We began all of it, our lives together, with such a great relationship.”

Ivanka Trump, 73, died at home, according to her family’s announcement on Thursday. The death was ruled an accident, with blunt-force trauma to the torso as the cause of death, according to authorities.

Ivana Trump and Donald Trump were married from 1977 until 1992 after they met in the 1970s for the first time. They were a power couple in the 1980s, and she became well-known on her own, with her blond hair in an updo and her dazzling appearance easily identifiable.

With her husband’s Atlantic City casinos and Trump Tower on New York City’s skyline, Ivana also had a hand in his companies.

Despite their public divorce, they have maintained a cordial relationship in recent years. When Ivana Trump supported Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in 2016, she stated they had frequent phone calls.

There were heartfelt tributes from her children Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Ivanka Trump during the funeral.

Ivanka said: “Growing up, my mother didn’t tell me a woman could do anything she wanted to — she showed me.

”She was a trailblazer to men and women alike. My mother once told me there was nothing she couldn’t do in heels. She taught us how to spear fish and then cook what we caught. My mom expanded our minds.”