Jenna Bush Hager marked the one yr anniversary of the loss of life of her grandmother, former First Girl Barbara Bush, with a candy tribute on social media.
Barbara died at age 92 in April 2018 shortly after her household introduced that she was in failing well being and determined to say no additional medical remedy in favor of “consolation care.” Her husband, former President George H.W. Bush died about eight months later.
On Wednesday, the “Right this moment” host took to Instagram to share a photograph of her late grandmother together with a touching message reflecting on the yr that’s handed with out her.
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“Lacking you Ganny right this moment and on a regular basis,” the 36-year-old wrote. “One yr with out our enforcer—exhausting consider. You made us higher and we love you greater than tongue can inform.”
Bush Hager beforehand defined the distinctive Bush-family phrase shortly after her grandfather died. On Instagram, she shared a touching cartoon from artist Marshall Ramsey and defined that she requested her grandfather concerning the afterlife shortly earlier than he died. He stated he was excited to be reunited along with his spouse and their daughter, Pauline Robinson “Robin” Bush, who died of leukemia at age three.
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Bush Hager defined that her grandfather would repeat a phrase that Robin stated earlier than her loss of life, “Love you greater than tongue can inform.”
The previous yr has been greater than eventful for Bush Hager, who was lately named the everlasting alternative for Kathie Lee Gifford on “Right this moment.” She beforehand eulogized her grandmother in December with an essay written for Southern Dwelling journal the place she mirrored on the primary vacation with out her grandmother.
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“This Christmas, our first with out Ganny, I’m nostalgic for the times once we had been collectively,” Jenna wrote (by way of Folks). “This time of yr is stuffed with love however for many who have lately misplaced somebody, that loss is illuminated.”