The president's daughter, Ivanka Trump, along with husband and White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner were formally invited to Beijing by Chinese President Xi Jinping.
According to reports from CBS News, the invitation confirmed Tuesday insinuates that China may be trying to create a relationship with the powerhouse couple.
The invitation was formally sent out this past April when President Donald Trump hosted Xi at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort.
Xi verbally invited the couple.
The details surrounding the meeting has yet to be disclosed and it has not been confirmed whether Ivanka Trump and Kushner will even agree to the meeting.
CBS notes the invitation likely has something to do with foreign policy, which both the younger Trump and Kushner work with inside the White House.
More specifically, one of Kushner's duties as senior adviser has been to manage relations with China, The Guardian reports.
Kushner recently faced some backlash since being appointed to the position in regard to his foreign dealings.
Just last month, the FBI began an investigation into Kushner involving his relationship with Russia.
Prior to that Kushner was scrutinized for not revealing business ties with George Soros.