Jenna Bush Hager: journalist, author matchmaker?
During a Today show interview with Prince Harry about the Florida opening of the Invictus Games, Bush Hager couldn’t help but inquire about the royal bachelor’s love life – and put in a good word for her twin sister Barbara Bush.
“Does it make you laugh that people are already asking you about children? I mean, it’s sort of jumping ahead a couple steps,” Bush Hager, 34, said, calling Harry “one of the world’s most eligible bachelors.”
“Everybody’s always asking me. I have no idea. I haven’t even got a girlfriend at the moment,” Harry replied with a laugh.
Bush Hager saw the perfect opportunity to play cupid.
“I have a single sister and she feels the same way. Listen, she’s available,” Bush Hager joked. “She’s going to kill me.”
Harry replied: “We can talk maybe off air.”
“Okay, I’ll give you her number,” Bush Hager said.
Barbara has long kept her love life private. She was last linked to Miky Fabrega, a painter and creative consultant in Panama. The two dated for at least four years.
Harry, who keeps his love life under wraps as well, split from former girlfriend Cressida Bonas in April 2014. A source close to Harry previously told PEOPLE the prince and Bonas have remained tight and frequently catch up with each other.
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He also remains on friendly terms with ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy, whom he dated on-and-off for about seven years until their split in 2011.
In last week’s cover story, Harry opened up to PEOPLE about having kids of his own.
“There have been moments through life, especially when we do a tour abroad, when I think, ‘I’d love to have kids now.’ . . . And then there are other times when I bury my head in the sand going, ‘All right, don’t need kids!’ There’s no rush. I think . . . I tell you what: There’s been times I’ve been put off having children.”
“No, actually, I’ve got a couple of mates and being around their children just brings me back down,” he says, noting that he hopes to be a “fun uncle” to George and Charlotte: “Nobody wants to be boring.” The second-ever Invictus Games kicked off Sunday night at Walt Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando. In last week’s PEOPLE cover story, Harry reflected on his last trip to Orlando with his late mother Princess Diana in 1994.
“We went around Space Mountain 12 or 14 times, so much so that my policeman had to get off and vomit over the bench!” he said. “When you are that age you are invincible. And you slowly become uninvincible as you start breaking things!”
This time around, he said, “I hopefully will be able to go to Disney World and have some fun on the rides without causing too much of a stir. I might go in a costume, maybe get my photograph with Mickey.”