Jenna Bush Hager’s Skintight Floral Dress Shows Her Growing Baby Bump on 'Today'
Jenna Bush Hager, the news personality best known for “Today with Hoda & Jenna,” showed off how her beautiful baby bump looked in a floral dress during the show.
In one of the photos shared on the official Instagram account of “Today with Hoda & Jenna,” Jenna appeared wearing a pink, purple, and red form-fitting floral dress while hugging her guest co-host, Trisha Yearwood.
While most of the times Jenna appears sitting at a desk covering her belly, she stood up this time to welcome Trisha with a warm hug and surprised the audience with her growing baby bump.
For the second post, Jenna and Trisha flashed their smiles at the camera while posing next to NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal. Jenna also opted for beige high heels, a black watch, and big, round earrings.
ENLARGING HER FAMILY
Jenna, 37, is pregnant with her third child as she and her husband, Henry Hager, have had two daughters already, six-year-old Margaret "Mila" Laura and three-year-old Poppy Louise.
On April 22, 2019, she revealed on “Today” that she was pregnant with her third child and even took her time to share the gender: it’s going to be a boy! Jenna made it clear that she was doing so because she “couldn’t hold it one minute longer.”
REVEALING THE GENDER
The gender revelation was prepared beforehand as the TV anchor and the co-host Meredith Viera appeared on set with a big box in front of them. After struggling with it for a while, they opened it, and blue balloons flew out.
Later, blue confetti started coming down from the ceiling, and Meredith and Jenna shared a beautiful hug. The mother-of-two then admitted that all she wanted was for her boy to be healthy.
SURPRISING HER DAUGHTERS
While the way she revealed the gender of her upcoming baby to the audience was touching, a video showing her daughters realizing they were going to have a brother was even better.
In the clip, Jenna asked Poppy and Mila what they wanted most in the world. Mila first guessed a toy, but when Hager said "no," she changed her answer to "a baby."
The little girl was then handed a silver egg to open and inside was a piece of paper saying that they would soon welcome a baby brother into the family.