The Bush family is together again!
During Tuesday's Today, Jenna Bush Hager revealed in-studio to co-host Hoda Kotb that she and her three children reunited with her parents, former President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush, last week for the first time in eight months.
"I had a little bit of time with my family last week. I got to see my parents for the first time in eight months," said Bush Hager, who shares daughters Poppy Louise, 4, and Margaret "Mila" Laura, 7, and son Henry "Hal" Harold, who turns 1 in August, with husband Henry Hager.
The mother of three said that they all got tested for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) prior to the long-awaited reunion.
"There they are, holding their grandkids," Bush Hager said as images flashed on the screen of her parents posing with Poppy, Mila, and Hal.
George and Laura, meanwhile, have been occupying their time at their Texas home by "handwashing and social distancing to the max," he told his staff back in March, according to The Dallas Morning News.
While the former president said he was spending his time “reading, painting and riding mountain bikes,” Laura turned to “reading, working puzzles and hiking,” to stay busy at home.
"Yes, we’re bingeing — mysteries, dramas and documentaries," he added.
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