— -- Snap-happy lawmakers took to Twitter Wednesday to celebrate National Selfie Day.
Ivanka Trump, in particular, made a cameo in a couple of selfies, including one taken by Rep. Diane Black, R-Tenn., who admitted that she got a primer in selfie-taking from her grandchildren.
"My Grandkids taught me how to take a perfect #selfie - think this would meet their expectations, @IvankaTrump? #NationalSelfieDay," tweeted Black.
The first daughter also appeared in a selfie taken by Rep. Susan Brooks, R-Ind., along with Rep. Richard Hudson, R-N.C. ".@SusanWBrooks & I enjoyed discussing workforce development & issues facing working families w. @IvankaTrump. But first.. #NationalSelfieDay," Hudson tweeted.
Later in the day, Brooks took a selfie with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan at the Congressional Women's Softball game.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.), tweeted a collage of past selfies, writing, "Couldn't let the day end without joining in on the #NationalSelfieDay celebrations."
Below, other lawmakers who snapped selfies: