Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner may find themselves alone upon their eventual return home in New York City. The couple has sacrificed a life of being well-positioned in Manhattan's high society -- enjoying their status among the influencing elites that many would flock to when they were at a party. According to an article by Vanity Fair, all of that will be long gone by the time the first daughter and son-in-law and senior aide to President Donald Trump go home.

Leaving the good life behind

It's no secret that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are less popular than they were before diving headfirst into the world of politics.

They've been surrounded by scandal and it's even possible Jared will be indicted in the Russian investigation that Robert Mueller is leading. Ivanka hasn't been as effective as liberals and progressives had hoped she'd be in the Trump administration. In both cases, things aren't going as smoothly as they'd hoped.

As the report points out, where Trump and Kushner once “held court” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual All Hallow’s Eve benefit that a number of their close friends would attend, Ivanka was absent this year. She and Jared have written off many longtime friends and acquaintances. Jared once described cutting those people out of his life as an “exfoliation” of those who “didn’t have a lot of character.”

Social circles have 'shifted'

It's not just their Washington, D.C.

life that has separated them that much more from their old life in New York City. Social circles have "shifted" and potential real estate opportunities have faded. When the couple makes their eventual return home, Vanity Fair's report declares "widespread negativity awaits."

The report goes on to say that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have handled any crisis in the White House like the "rich kids" they are.

The pair is usually vacating Washington for luxury getaways whenever a big scandal arises or posting tone deaf images of date night on social media in the middle of an immigration ban that the president launched earlier this year.

'They're in a world of sh**,' says family friend

A source close to the family reveals to the magazine that Kushner is “sweating” and Trump will take a page out of her father's book by “blaming the media” for any failures she has in Washington.

The president has already acknowledged how good his daughter had it before giving everything up to follow him to Washington and be her special assistant. “They’re in a world of s**t,” says the family friend, adding that Ivanka has worked "on her reputation forever, and now it’s going to suffer horrifically. And for what?”

Will life be that bad when Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner return home to New York? It's unknown when they'll leave Washington, D.C., but several reports have speculated on it being less than Donald Trump's term in office. At this point, they're not going anywhere and have no intentions of giving up on their purpose at the White House.