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I also remember the media’s sometimes cheap fascination with them when they went off to college — Jenna to the University of Texas, Barbara to Yale — and were repeatedly caught consuming alcohol before they were legally old enough to.“Jenna and Tonic” was a headline in The New York Post.People magazine went with “Double Trouble,” while Newsweek opted for “Busted Again in Margaritaville.” They were embarrassed, yes, but also frustrated by what they insist were exaggerations in many accounts.The royal heir has “beautiful light eyes,” as Hager described, much like her own daughters. Barbara Pierce Bush had her perfect wedding to screenwriter, Craig Coyne, last October, surrounded by family and friends in a lovely, short and sweet ceremony in Kennebunkport, Maine.Jenna Bush Hager was no doubt forgiven for loving meddling to match up her sister by then. My heart exploded last night as I watched my dearest sissy get married in Maine. "But ended actually with a letter that my grandfather wrote to my grandmother, because I searched all of the romantics and Shakespeare just wasn't doing it." The former First Lady and Bush twins' grandmother died in April at age 92.Happy tears, heart exploding as I watched this beautiful girl get married in the place that means love and family. ❤️💕💕❤️ A post shared by Jenna Bush Hager (@jennabhager) on “And we’ve been long-distance for most of it — he’s been in LA and I’ve been in New York — but we’ve gotten to spend a lot of time together.”On Monday, Barbara's mom and dad welcomed their new son-in-law with open arms.
But also, just family in a place that means family love, and it was beautiful." Maine is where George H. Bush and Barbara Bush got engaged, and Coyne proposed. ) 💕💕💕 A post shared by Jenna Bush Hager (@jennabhager) on "I just told her and everybody how much she means to me," Hager said amid tears.Jenna’s answers were often the thoughtful mini-essays while Barbara naughtily thrust her smartphone at me to display the text messages that their father, the second President Bush, routinely sends them. In Jenna’s he’s Jefe, which is Spanish for “boss.”We only think we know the people who wind up, intentionally or not, in the spotlight. It will be published on Tuesday.“What we wanted to write about in the book was the nuance of people that we love,” Barbara said, and they’ve done just that, charting the distance between public image and private reality.Those missives included memes: a cartoon bunny that blew kisses before the words “I Love You” exploded like a Roman candle; a snippet of Jason Alexander as George Costanza in “Seinfeld.” There were long, silly strings of colorful, silly icons. Bush, who had always worked so hard on that Texas swagger? The stories that they tell are often self-serving, and they skim over the failures and wages of their father’s presidency.The other morning, after too little sleep and with too much to do, Jenna Bush Hager found herself dragging, and kicked herself for it.“I almost called myself Low-Energy Jenna,” she told me. Low-Energy Jeb was Donald Trump’s taunting nickname for her uncle during the 2016 campaign.