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April 10, 2019

Jenna Bush Hager Is a Loving Wife and the Mother of Two Beautiful Girls

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There is more to Jenna Bush Hager than meets the eye. The TV host, who is one of the former first daughters of the President of the United States George W. Bush, is a strong, independent woman who has built an empire of her own. Besides being a successful media personality, Jenna is a loving mother to her two daughters, Margaret “Mila” Hager and Poppy Louise Hager, and an ideal wife to Henry Hager.

Jenna was recently welcomed as a co-host of “Today” by her loved ones with sweet messages that was played out during her first episode. Her dad George, mom Laura, fraternal twin sister Barbara Pierce Bush, Margaret Hager, and her mother-in-law showered her with loving messages to celebrate her achievement. 

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To make her debut more special, Jenna’s husband Henry and their kids decided to surprise her with roses as they walked on to the stage. Overwhelmed with joy, an emotional Jenna said “I’m a wreck” as her family gave her a warm surprise.

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Hoda Kotb, Jenna’s co-host in the show, said her new co-host is a “perfect fit”. She shared how being around her is like being around the most “real” person. The two ladies are close to one another and even share their children’s clothes.

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Jenna undoubtedly loves her children to the moon and back. Previously, the media star penned a heartfelt letter to her daughters in anticipation of Mother’s Day. 

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In the letter, Jenna paid a tribute to her mother Laura, calling her “one of the all-time greats.” 

“She always put us first; she was calm and patient even when we tested her,” Jenna wrote. “I watched her "mother" for many years, but it wasn't until you were born that I really understood what motherhood meant. And it wasn't until I first held you—with Grammee by my hospital bed—that I really understood my mom.”

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She further described how she felt “honored” being compared to her mother. 

“People will say, ‘You remind me so much of your mom,’ and I thank them. It is the best compliment,” she wrote as she went on to describe how she and her mother are alike.

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