Savannah Guthrie Gushes over 'Supermama' Jenna Bush Hager's Newborn Son in Photos
Savannah Guthrie recently visited Jenna Bush Hager, her friend and co-host on the "Today" show," at the hospital, where she met the newest member of the Bush family.
Janna gave birth to her third child, and first son, on Friday, August 2, but only shared the big news two days later, which was when Savannah stopped by.
The 47-year-old immediately fell in love with the baby boy and couldn't help but take to her official Instagram account to share a photo of herself holding him alongside Jenna.
SHE COULDN'T LET HIM GO
Savannah, who has two children of her own, welcomed Henry Harold Hager to the world, adding that she will always be there to love, squeeze and hold him tight.
George W. Bush's daughter also used Instagram to post a picture of the sweet visit, claiming that "friendship is hereditary." Savannah then replied: "I love Hal! I never wanted to let him go."
A BOY BETWEEN GIRLS
The baby boy will now be joining his sisters, six-year-old Margaret and three-year-old Poppy, which Jenna shares with her husband, Henry Hager.
But Savannah wasn't the only one celebrating little Hal's birth. His grandfather, and former President of the United States, also used social media to welcome him into the family.
MEETING THE FAMILY
Bush shared a photo in which he can be seen posing alongside Laura, his wife and former First Lady of the United States, Jenna, Henry, Hal, Margaret and Poppy.
"Laura and I are thrilled to welcome Henry Harold Hager to our family. We are happy for the proud parents, Jenna and Henry. And pleased that Mila and Poppy have a little brother to love."
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@laurawbush and I are thrilled to welcome Henry Harold Hager to our family. We are happy for the proud parents, @jennabhager and Henry. And pleased that Mila and Poppy have a little brother to love. We thank God that mom and baby are healthy, and we look forward to many years of loving the boy known as Hal.
The proud 73-year-old also said that they thanked God for the good health of both mother and baby and that they looked forward to "many years of loving the boy known as Hal."