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A STAR IS BORN
She's in good hands! Before becoming Mr. President, George W. Bush enjoyed his role as Mr. Mom when he and wife Laura welcomed Jenna and her fraternal twin sister Barbara on Nov. 25, 1981, in Dallas. The former commander-in-chief has been eager to see babies in the family again: "I'm a little disappointed it hasn't happened yet," he told AARP The Magazine in 2010.
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Spending Christmas at Camp David, Md., in 1989, Jenna (third from right) and her cousins get a little quality time with their grandfather, President George H.W. Bush, while reading a holiday tale.
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Kennebunkport, Maine, is the backdrop for generations of Bush family memories, like this beachy shot of 8-year-old Jenna, George W., Laura and Barbara in August 1990.
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SEALED WITH A KISS
Jenna and sister Barbara give their dad a congratulatory hug in Austin, Texas, to celebrate his gubernatorial win on Nov. 8, 1994.
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Along with her mother and sister, Jenna is front and center as her father is sworn in as the 43rd President of the United States, on Jan. 20, 2001, in Washington, D.C.
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Twin power! Jenna and Barbara make a stylish pair at the opening bash for the GOP convention in New York City on Aug. 29, 2004.
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BELLE OF THE BALL
Celebrating four more years as first daughter, Jenna connects with the crowd at the Black Tie amp Boots Ball on the eve of President Bush’s inauguration on Jan. 19, 2005. "Those eight years were amazing, but we're working hard to be our own people," she told PEOPLE in 2010.
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A HELPING HAND
A champion of education worldwide, the University of Texas graduate sits with students in Zanzibar, Tanzania, on July 14, 2005, during an African goodwill tour with her mother, First Lady Laura Bush. Not one to shy away from a hands-on experience, Jenna passed out school supplies and joined in the dancing and singing.
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A perfect pair! Announcing their engagement in August 2007, Jenna and fiancé Henry Hager pose for a cute photo at the White House.
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THE WRITE STUFF
Having spent time as a public school teacher in Washington, D.C., and an intern for UNICEF in Panama, Jenna puts her spirit of good will to work in her 2007 book Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope, about a 17-year-old single mother in Latin America living with HIV. She and mom Laura also penned a 2008 children’s book, Read All About It!
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Wearing a delicate embroidered organza Oscar de la Renta gown, Jenna and Henry Hager marry just before sundown in a lakeside ceremony at President Bush's secluded 1,600-acre Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford, Texas, on May 10, 2008.
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ALL IN THE FAMILY
The Bush family, along with 200 guests, celebrate Jenna's nuptials in a Texas-style reception that included a sweet father-daughter dance to "You Are So Beautiful."
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The newlyweds' post-wedding June 2008 getaway to Lanai, Hawaii, included strolls for two along the shore.
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Appearing on the Oprah Winfrey Show with sister Barbara and mom Laura in April 2010, Jenna explains what a typical family night at the Bush ranch in Crawford, Texas, is like. There's music (the family listens to "old country [songs]," Jenna says), family activities and plenty of food.
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Pretty in purple, Jenna, along with sister Barbara and mother Laura, arrive at Glamour's Women of Year Awards in July 2011, where the trio received The Generations Award for their work as advocates on behalf of women and children.
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