The birth of the first grandchild of former Pres. George W. Bush and Laura Bush was news on the morning shows today, but perhaps more so on NBC’s “Today.” Jenna Bush Hager, who has been a special correspondent with the show since 2009, gave birth to daughter Margaret Laura “Mila” Hager in New York City Saturday night. Bush Hager and her husband Henry Hager named their daughter after their mothers.
Bush Hager was on “Today” just last Thursday with a story on baby gender superstitions, and trying to determine if her baby would be a boy or a girl. A psychic, a “crystal healer” and a clairvoyant and Natalie Morales all thought she would be having a boy. Al Roker predicted girl. And that’s what’s happening in your neck of the woods.
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