Jenna Bush Hager started working on the Today Show as a correspondent in 2009, and only joined her co-host Hoda Kotb on 3rd Hour with Hoda and Jenna ten years later in 2019, the star revealed how her work for NBC was destined long before that.ALSO: HELLO!
launches Jubilee T-shirt collection to celebrate Queen Elizabeth in styleDuring an exciting celebration at New York City's Paley Center commemorating the whopping 70 years that Today has been broadcasting, all of its current beloved hosts, including Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker, and Carson Daly, got together.They all opened up about their love for their job and most memorable moments, and Jenna's answer is truly unforgettable.WATCH: Jenna shares surprising beach throwbackMORE: Jenna Bush Hager praised for glowing poolside selfieWhen asked what the first memory she has of Today is, she confessed that it was long before her position on the show was even on the horizon, before she was even out of elementary school!The star recalled: "The first memory… is being six-years-old in my grandparents house and listening to Willard Scott do the birthdays, and now I'm part of this incredible family and institution.
How?! It's amazing and a dream."Fans were quick to express how much they loved her presence on the show, writing: "Love Jenna and her family," and: "You rock Jenna," as well as: "Thank you for providing so much joy and laughter to my life." Today's incredible crew celebrate its anniversaryJenna was born and raised in Texas, but would spend time in Washington DC at the White House when her grandfather was President when she was eight to twelve-years-old, then permanently moving in when her father became President when she was 20.MORE: Jenna Bush Hager shares affectionate.Read more on hellomagazine.com