George W Bush and Wife Laura Posed with Their Kids and Grandkids at Sunrise in New Year Photo
Laura Bush and her family are melting hearts as they pose at sunrise in a new photo for the new year.
Laura Bush started the new year with the most important thing, family. On New Year’s Day, the former first lady took to Instagram to share a lovely photo of the entire Bush clan enjoying mother nature.
The happy wife stood close to her husband as they were surrounded by their two daughters and their respective families.
Barbara was present with her husband Craig Coyne, while Jenna was with Henry Hager and their three children.
The whole family was clad-up in sweaters and trousers as they smiled for the camera. A fulfilled Laura captioned the post:
“All the family at sunrise 2020 - Happy New Year!”
Lovers of the Bush family wasted no time in dropping sweet remarks in the comments section of the post. An internet user wrote:
“Awesome picture, Happy New Year. Thank you for your service.”
Another fan gushed:
“Love this picture! Much Happiness to your family!”
The year 2019 was no doubt a great one for the Bush family. As noted by the Daily Mail, Jenna and Barbara turned 38 on November 25, and the twin sisters didn’t fail to pay tributes to each other on social media.
Jenna shared a series of sweet photos and recounted childhood memories about how Barbara always made her feel strong and courageous.
Laura also joined in the tributes for her daughters with throwback photos of them per a Town & Country report.
Birthdays weren’t the only big thing that happened in 2019 as Jenna expanded her family of four. The “Today” show host welcomed her third child and first son on August 2.
The great news was shared via Instagram with a caption that read:
“Welcome to the world, my darling Henry Harold “Hal” Hager! Hal came into the world Friday, August 2, 2019, at 9:02 am, and our life has never been sweeter.”
The family was glad about the new addition as Laura confessed during an appearance on TODAY that she and President George were thrilled about having another grandchild.
Baby Hal joined his older sisters Mila, six, and Poppy, three.