All may not be well with Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner at the moment. Both have had their share of rocky moments as of late, the most celebrated of which was backing the 2024 US Presidential election bid of ex-President Donald Trump.

Trump and Kushner were spotted at a yacht part on Miami’s Bay of Biscayne and some noticed something different. Some opined that both were cold to each other, odd for the usually rosy couple.

“I never saw them interact. They stood in the same group, but almost as acquaintances,” an unnamed person said in a report on Page Six.

Another one noted how the couple was keeping their distance from one another.

“As they moseyed around the party, they kept their distance [from each other] — never too close; never too far apart,” the other observer stated.

It appears likely that Trump and Kushner were worn out by the recent attention, particularly the one about supporting Donald Trump’s new presidential bid.

Ivanka had announced he would not be campaigning for her father in 2024.

“I love my father very much,” she wrote on Instagram on Nov. 16. “This time around I am choosing to prioritize my young children and the private life we are creating as a family.”

This was aside from the fact that Ivanka Trump, along with her brothers and Donald Trump himself was facing 17 criminal charges in New York for tax fraud, The Post reported.

Ivanka was an executive at the company from 2005 until 2017 when she left to work in her father’s administration.

The bash, hosted by Kygo’s Palm Tree Crew brand, gave the couple a chance to cut loose. Other personalities present during the occasion included New York Yankees star Giancarlo Stanton and Barry Sternlicht of Starwood Captial Group.

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have been married since 2009.

 Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. Former White House advisor to the president, Ivanka Trump (R) and Donald Trump Jr. (L) walk to receive a state award in memoriam of their late mother Ivana Trump, from Czech President Milos Zeman (2nd-L) during a ceremony to mark the Czechoslovak Independence Day at the Prague Castle in Prague on October 28, 2022. Photo by Michal Cizek/AFP via Getty Images