On Monday - almost a week after Hoda Kotb announced she had adopted a second daughter - her new 10 a.m.co-host Jenna Bush Hager surprised her co-anchors by dropping the news that she and her husband Henry Hager are expecting their third child.
Jenna Bush, 37, married her husband, Henry Chase Hager, of Richmond, in 2008. "I'm very pregnant... I don't know how I hid this", said Hager in her announcement.
When Melvin guessed she was pregnant, Bush Hager confirmed the news.
"I'm only telling because Mila and Poppy found out yesterday in their Easter baskets", she explained.
The newly minted network anchor revealed the secret she's been holding in for five and a half months on Monday's episode of the "Today" show.
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Jenna and husband Henry Hager's daughter Mila is 6 years old, while Poppy is 3. She shared that the girls told people on their flight and even mentioned it at church. Blue balloons flew out and blue confetti showered down, revealing Bush Hager is having a boy.
"It's the first boy grandchild on both sides", she said on the show.
One of the reasons Hager announced her pregnancy the day after Easter was because her daughters. But, that's not all the surprises Bush Hager had in store for the morning. "We weren't really trying to get pregnant, we had some fertility issues with Poppy".
"Before I became a mother, I thought I knew a lot about children", she wrote. "It's a little bit of a shock, but it's such great news".
It took a second for anchor Craig Melvin to figure out what Bush Hager was talking about.