It can't be easy being the controversial POTUS' daughter!

Ivanka Trump made her first international trip as an official adviser to her President father this week, and she received less than a warm welcome during the Women's 20 Summit in Berlin alongside chancellor Angela Merkel.

The mother-of-three was booed when she tried telling the majority-female audience that her dad supports women's rights in the workplace. "I'm very proud of my father's advocacy. [Trump's] a tremendous champion of supporting families and enabling them to thrive," she said to the crowd.

The moderator couldn't let it go unnoticed, either.

"'You hear the reaction from the audience, so I need to address one more point. Some attitudes towards women, your father has publicly displayed in former times might leave one questioning whether he's such an empower-er for women. How do you relate to that or are things changing? What's your comment on that?" she asked.

"I've certainly heard the criticism from the media and that's been perpetuated," Ivanka replied. That's a clever way to avoid the question!

That still didn't get her out of the hot seat, though! The moderator then pressed her about what her role in the White House administration is exactly, and it doesn't sound like she quite knows the answer herself.

"I'm rather unfamiliar with this role as well...It has been a little under 100 days and it has just been a remarkable and incredible journey," she explained, before noting that she cares "very much about empowering women in the workplace."

We've gotta hand it to her... she doesn't buckle under pressure!