Barbara Bush Honors Dad George W. Bush In Baby’s Name

Barbara Bush’s newest baby’s name is one you have probably heard before.

Jenna Bush Hager, Bush’s twin sister, revealed in a phone call on TODAY with Hoda & Jenna this past Wednesday how the middle name of Barbara’s newborn daughter, Cora Georgia Coyne, is a tribute to their father, former President George W. Bush.

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“Yes. Henry was like, ‘Finally somebody named something after your dad,'” Jenna said about husband Henry Hager.

“It’s in honor of him, and I think that’s so sweet. We feel so lucky that he was ours, and I know Barbara wanted to pay tribute to him, so that is where that middle name comes from. It’s a big one.”

The grandfather of four revealed a statement after Cora’s birth.

“With full hearts, Laura and I are delighted to announce the birth of our new granddaughter,” the former president said.

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“Barbara gave birth to Cora Georgia Coyne on September 27, 2021, in Maine — not far from our family home where Barbara and Craig were married. Cora is healthy and adorable, and we are proud and grateful.”

Jenna was not on TODAY Wednesday as she is in Maine helping Barbara, who gave birth to her first child on Monday and is at the family’s home in Kennebunkport with her husband and new dad Craig Coyne.

Jenna, who has three children of her own, revealed what it was like to hold her niece.

“I mean there was something almost evolutionary about it because as ya’ll both know, my sister, we are inseparable, we’ve done all these things together, and the one thing she hadn’t done yet was to have a baby, and so I got to meet that precious little girl yesterday,” she said.

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“I flew as soon as I could and got to hold her, and it was just one of those life moments I’ll never forget.”

She also shared her happiness for her sister, who had to hear questions for many years about creating her own family after Jenna had her two daughters and son.

“When we would write books and travel, people would always say to her, ‘When are you going to have kids?'” Jenna said.

“And it always kind of irritated me, like ask her about her work, there’s other things. But I know that it was something she had in her heart.

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