Jenna Bush Hager gave birth to her third baby on Friday and named him Henry Harold "Hal" Hager.
Jenna and her husband, Henry Chase Hager, are already parents to their two daughters, Mila and Poppy.
When announcing the news, Jenna posted a special photo of herself with her dad and mom, former President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush.
Today show's Jenna Bush Hager announced on April 22 that she was pregnant with her third baby. And on Friday, August 2, she happily became a mom of three when she and her husband Henry Chase Hager, welcomed little Henry Harold "Hal" Hager into the world at 9:02 a.m ET.
As Jenna put it on Instagram, "Our life has never been sweeter."
Besides sharing a sweet snap of baby Henry, she posted another photo of herself with her husband, daughters, Mila and Poppy, and parents, former President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush.
Now that Jenna has given birth, she is likely to return to Today sometime in the fall.
As for Dylan Dreyer, who is also expecting a baby boy, her due date isn't until January of next year, so fans will likely see her on the show until then. This will be Dylan's second child with her husband, Brian Fichera.
But how will the Today show change now that Jenna Bush Hager is out on maternity leave?
Similar to how NBC has been coping with Hoda's absence, Today will likely tap a few of its first-, second-, and third-hour co-hosts – like Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker, Dylan Dreyer, Carson Daly, Sheinelle Jones, and Willie Geist — to fill in for the 10 a.m. ET slot. Former Today star Meredith Vieira may also pop up from time to time, as well.
Apart from that, the fourth hour's longtime executive producer, Tammy Filler, left NBC this spring to be the EVP and editor-in-chief at E! News. Once Tammy left, NBC chose to replace her with Today staffer Joanne LaMarca. While the show has dealt with so many changes this year already, chances are, the new executive producer will decide to make a few more once everyone's back.
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