Former first daughter, Jenna Bush Hager, will become a mom for the second time. Jenna announced the happy news on Monday, on NBC’s Today show. Jenna and her husband Henry Hager couldn’t be happier with the pregnancy, so they decided to share the happy news with the whole world. The pair already are parents to a two years old daughter, Mia.
Actually, it seems that Mia is really happy to have a sibling, helping her parents announce the big news. The pair decided to share a beautiful video in which Mia is seen blowing a kiss to her little sister. Of course, Jenna will be taking some time off of work to be able to focus on her family and her children. Jenna Bush has been working as an adventure correspondent for the Today show.
During a recent interview with People magazine, Jenna claimed to be extremely excited to become a mom once again. The baby is due in August. The star claimed that she told the happy news to her parents the day after Christmas and they definitely were thrilled. When it comes to how the pregnancy has been so far, Jenna said that the feeling actually is different.
“I appreciate life so much more as a mom. And I feel so lucky. I know how wonderful motherhood is and that makes it so much sweeter,” she added. Jenna also claimed that she wanted to find out the sex of the baby as fast as possible. “We didn’t find out with Mila and we were convinced she was a boy, to the point that we painted the nursery a pale blue. And it was a girl! We were thrilled, but shocked,” she revealed.
She also claimed that her daughter Mia is really happy to become a big sister. “We started talking [to her] about it. And she’ll say, ‘Hi, baby!’ to my stomach. She is very precocious,” Jenna said. “I think she’ll be a great big sister but there may be a learning curve. She definitely likes attention!”
Jenna Bush, who is the daughter of former US President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush, wedded Henry Hager back in 2008. The pair actually held their wedding ceremony near Crawford Texas, at the Bush family ranch.