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Jenna Bush Hager shares a rare photo that shows 'Today' hosts with their daughters

Ra'eesah Manack
Jan 23, 2019
05:08 A.M.
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"Today" show contributor and correspondent, Jenna Bush Hager shared a rare pic with the hosts of the show and all their daughters.

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Former President George W Bush's daughter, Jenna Bush Hager took to Instagram to share a stunning pic. In the rare photo, the "Today" show host joined her co-hosts for a girls day.

The ladies brought along their daughters and they all posed together in their pajamas. They celebrated a fun evening together during their winter weekend.

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Jenna Bush Hager captioned the gorgeous pic with, "Girls rule...#andcharley #andhusbands #andqueso #andmatchingPJ’s"

The beautiful pic garnered over fifty-seven thousand likes. Fans took to the comments section immediately.

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@mdale420 commented, "If I didn't know I would think y'all were related lol like for a second I was like wow what a bunch of girls in that family lol."

Another fan, @etiquettewithamyrainer wrote, "Precious girls. Precious moms. Precious smiles and precious pjs, @jennabhager I love everything about this pic!"

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In December last year, the “Today” show’s fourth-hour Kathie Lee Gifford shocked everyone when she announced she was leaving. Her departure is set to be on April 7, 2019.

Speculators quickly decided that the most likely person to replace her was former President George W. Bush’s daughter. Insiders claimed that NBC executives were “strongly considering" the contributor and correspondent for the position.

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“The likelihood of it going to her is high. She’s very well liked here [at the show and network].” said an insider.

If she does get the position, she would take over Gifford’s fourth-hour post. Gifford is leaving the program on the 11-year anniversary of her hosting the show.

"I have something to share with everybody and it's bittersweet, as these things always are, but I've been here almost 11 years. Thought I would stay one year. Something happened along the way. Fell in love with a beautiful Egyptian goddess and now, when it's our 11th anniversary, I'm going to be leaving the Today show.” Gifford had said in her announcement.

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