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Jenna Bush Hager reveals unexpected family story involving daughter and famous parents
Jenna Bush Hager is a proud mom to her three kids, Mila, Poppy, and Hal, and during one of Today Show's latest episodes, she opened up to Hoda Kotb about the decision and meaning behind each of her children's names.MORE: Jenna Bush Hager enjoys 'summer loving' with husband Henry Hager in beachside photoDuring the discussion, she revealed that while both her and husband Henry Hager are happy with their choices, when it came to their eldest, Mila, they had some convincing to do.She explained that while the meaning behind the nine-year-old's name was meant to be in homage to both of their mothers, her own parents didn't immediately jump on board.WATCH: Jenna recalls scary phone call to her dad MORE: Jenna Bush Hager's radiant transformation has fans demanding to know her secretThe host confessed that in fact: "It's Margaret Laura, named after both of our moms," saying how she was named after her grandmother, Laura Bush's mother.However, while she loved the idea, when Mila was born, Jenna explained: "We thought we were going to do it, but she didn't look like a Margaret," which made them then think: "Mila! It's kind of a combination of Margaret and Laura."She recalled how it took her forever to pick a name, and how her dad, former President George Bush, would constantly inquire what the name would be.A post shared by TODAY with Hoda & Jenna (@hodaandjenna)The hilarious storyHis wanting to know and opinions on the matter didn't stop until the name was finally announced, and to his daughter's dismay, he simply said: "That should be MaLa.
Why does Queen have two birthdays and will Prince Charles carry on the tradition?
The Queen really is the most celebrated person in Britain right now - not only have we just had the incredible Jubilee celebrations, it's also her birthday.But wait, you might say - hasn't it just beenthe Queen's birthday back in April?That would be correct because the Queen does in fact have two birthdays - although they perform very different roles.The Platinum Jubilee saw a weekend of joyous celebrations across the nation, with street parties and a long relaxing weekend providing the backing to incredible events at Buckingham Palace, including a pageant and amazing RAF flybys.It also provided a platform for the nation's new favourite royal, Prince Louis, who stole the show with his cheeky mischief and hilarious face-pulling, much to mum Kate Middleton’s dismay.As the dust settles on that wonderful weekend and attention turns to Her Maj’s next big event, why does she have two birthdays and what is the point of them?The Queen has two birthdays to ensure that the weather is nice enough to have a proper military parade to celebrate.The tradition was started in 1748 by George II, who was born in November, which in case you haven't noticed is rather cold and wet.He wanted to celebrate his birthday properly though, so decided to combine the celebrations with the preexisting summer military parade Trooping the Colour.The tradition has carried on and so, now, the Queen has two birthdays - one which is her real birthday and another which is the celebration of her birthday officially.The Queen was born on April 21, 1926 and she usually spends her real birthday privately.The Queen’s birthday parade is known as Trooping the Colour and has been the official celebration of the monarch’s birthday for some 260 years.The event sees the
Big sister Charlotte slaps Louis' hand out of his mouth in adorable sibling moment
Princess Charlotte could be seen 'slapping' her brother's hand out of the way last weekend in a sweet sibling moment. The 7-year-old gave off a royal maturity way beyond her years as she kept her mischievous 4-year-old brother in line during the Platinum Jubilee pageant.Prince Louis drew much public attention on the balcony during the Trooping the Colour ceremony last Thursday (June 2) as he was caught covering his ears and pulling faces as the Red Arrows flew overhead.The four-year-old was then spotted again in the royal box on Sunday (June 5) covering his mother Kate's mouth during the pageant, and appeared at one point to blow a raspberry at his mother when she requested him to stop.When he bit his fist and flailed it through the air later in the event, Kate calmly placed her hand on him in an attempt to calm him down.Charlotte, however, was not having any of it — and quickly batted the hand down to his lap when he tried to do it again, showing her awareness of the high-profile occasion.During the same event she also helped her mum keep him under control by sitting him back down when he jumped up suddenly.In recent days a number of people have leapt to Kate Middleton's defence after harsh comments about her parenting skills.After some on social media claimed Louis' behaviour showed a lack of clear boundaries, celebrities and royal fans have called the criticism unfair.Supernanny Jo Frost commented on a video showing the prince wagging his finger at Kate, saying: “Love how mum is addressing [his behaviour] in public.