Jenna Bush Pregnant? Baby Bump Debut On 'Today Show'
on Dec 11, 2012 05:03 PM EST
Jenna Bush Hager confirmed that she is pregnant by debuting her baby bump on NBC's "Today Show" on Tuesday morning, according to Daily Mail.
The daughter of former President George W. Bush is expecting her first child with husband Henry Hager. A former teacher turned NBC correspondent, Jenna showed off her fuller figure during a pre-recorded segment for Tuesday's "Today Show" where the presenters were given their own holiday window at Manhattan's Henri Bendel store. The news report added that Jenna "could not disguise the bump" as she then joined fellow correspondents Natalie Morales, Al Roker, Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie for a live part of the show.
The Daily Mail report added that Jenna also showed off her "fuller figure" at the UNICEF Snowflake ball last month.
A source said the families were "thrilled" with the pregnancy news, backing up an interview Jenna had with People last year in which she said, "My dad saw my husband's boss at a conference, and he said to stop paying my husband until we produce children."
The child will be the first grandchild for President Bush and his wife Laura. Jenna and Henry, 34, met while campaigning for President Bush in 2004 and married in 2008, making Jenna the first daughter of a sitting president to marry in 16 years, according to the Daily Mail. Henry works for investment firm KKR and the couple lives in Manhattan. Jenna has been a correspondent for the morning show since 2009 and her twin sister Barbara also lives in Manhattan.
Former President George H.W. Bush remains in the hospital for treatment for a bronchitis-related cough, his doctors said. A spokesperson for the Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas, said the 88-year-old remains in stable condition. He has been in and out of the hospital since Nov. 23 and no release date has been set since his most recent admittance.
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