Jenna Bush Hager has had a rough half year, but she seems to be in a happy place again after she posted some amazing throwback photos of her beloved family on the occasion of her 10th wedding anniversary.
She took to Instagram to share the wedding gift from her husband on their anniversary on May 10, 2018.
Jenna and her husband, Henry, were married at her parents’ ranch in Crawford, Texas. Now at their 10-year-anniversary, he presented her with a wonderful gift.
She took to social media to let her followers know how thoughtful her husband is and that she was overwhelmed with his sweet gesture.
‘The best anniversary gift from my husband: pictures from 10 years ago of my grandparents at our wedding. A reminder: Life is precious and goes by fast.’
Jenna Bush Hager, Instagram, May 11, 2018.
She shared a series of photos from their wedding in 2008. Each picture was a lovely reminder of the special day, including one where the newly married couple is seen kissing, while another has Henry wiping away her tears at the altar.
Jenna wrote that she could never have imagined on that day 10 years ago, ‘how beautiful life would be.’
One of the photos was of her grandfather, former President George H.W. Bush, smiling and another was a cute photo of her late grandmother, Barbara Bush.
George and Barbara were married for over 76 years after they met as young 16-year-olds.
Another set of photos showed her daughters with their grandfather, former President George W. Bush, and their grandmother.
Jenna and Henry first met during her father’s presidential campaign in 2004. They were engaged three years later.
They married a year after they announced their engagement. The couple has two daughters, Margaret “Milla” Laura, five, and Poppy Louise, two.
Jenna’s grandmother, Barbara Bush, passed away recently. She was close to her and read a speech on the day of her funeral.
She said many prayed for her during her last few days on earth. Everywhere she went, people spoke to her enquiring about her grandmother’s health and declaring their love for her.
She was the rock of the family, “the enforcer,” who treated everyone equally, and did not look down on anyone.
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