Jenna Bush Hager Net worth, Wiki, Age, Career

Jenna Bush Hager is a teacher, novelist, and television news journalist from the United States. Her estimated net worth is $14 million. Her spouse, private equity managing director Henry Hager, and she have a combined net worth of that amount.

The fact that Jenna Bush Hager is the younger of the non-identical twin daughters of former First Lady Laura Bush and 43rd U.S. President George W. Bush is arguably what makes her most well-known. Jenna is the granddaughter of former First Lady Barbara Bush and the 41st President of the United States, George H. W. Bush. She was the first twin of a U.S. president, together with her sister Barbara. In addition to writing, Hager works as an editor-at-large for Southern Living, a correspondent for NBC’s Today Show, and a contributor to NBC Nightly News.

Early Life

Jenna Bush’s birthday is November 25th, 1981 and she was born in Dallas, Texas. Bush attended St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Austin, Texas, in 1994, when her father was elected governor of Texas and the family relocated there. After that, from 1996 to 2000, she was a student at Austin High.

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A reporter for NBC News, Jenna Bush Hager joined the network in 2009. In short order, she was also hired on as a correspondent for “The Today Show.” On Monday, April 8, 2019, Jenna began co-hosting the fourth hour of The Today Show with Hoda Kotb, thus replacing Kathie Lee Gifford. Her compensation increased from $2 million to $4 million when she was promoted to co-host.

Personal Life

In 2004, during her father’s run for president, Jenna met Henry Chase Hager. On May 10, 2008, they tied the knot in an intimate ceremony at her parents’ Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford, Texas.

Henry and Jenna Hager made their pregnancy announcement on The Today Show on December 12, 2012. They’ve reached the trifecta with three offspring.

Henry Hager is a managing director at Waterous Energy Fund, a private equity business that invests in the oil and gas industry.

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