Jenna Bush Hager is best known as the fraternal twin daughter of the US ex-President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush. Jenna is a teacher, author, and journalist who works as an author, and editor-at-large for Southern Living magazine. She has also served as the correspondent for NBC News.
Jenna is married to Henry Chase Hager. He served as the US Department of Education Assistant Secretary under George W. Bush.
Jenna Bush Hager’s Net worth, Salary, and sources of income
Jenna Bush Hager has been working for NBC since 2009 as a correspondent. She is yet to disclose her net worth. However, many sites have included her net worth to be about $4 million which may not be exact.
Jenna Bush Hager might soon reveal her salary working as a teacher and journalist. There is no genuine site to reveal her salary till now. However, according to some sources, her salary is published to be around $500,000 but has not been confirmed yet.
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Jenna works for NBC where Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, also works as a special correspondent. The salary of Chelsea was $600,000 in 2014 but believe to have increased. On the other hand, the salary Jenna is reported to be very lower in comparison to her.
The net worth of Jenna’s father George is expected to be around $35 million. He owns a beautiful house in Texas and many others. He has a very expensive car, Lamborghini Aventador, and has many other cars in his collection.
Jenna Bush Hager’s early life
Jenna was born in Dallas, Texas to George and Laura Bush. She attended Preston Hollow Elementary School and later joined The Hockaday School. After her father was elected as Governor of Texas, she moved to Austin with family and attended St. Andrew’s Episcopal School followed by graduation in 2000 from Austin High School.
Jenna joined the University of Texas after her father was elected as the president in 2001. She was arrested along with her sister Barbara for possession of alcohol under the age of 21. She graduated in English in 2004 from UT Austin.