Jenna Bush HAGER, the former first daughter of the United States of America, has moved to New York City where she is set to continue working as a contributing correspondent for NBC's 'Today Show', reports the Associated Press.
MEGAN KOPF, spokeswoman for 'Today' confirmed the news yesterday, and added that the network were 'thrilled' that Hager will now be closer to the station's headquarters in Manhattan. The announcement comes after Jenna and her husband HENRY HAGER put up for sale their 3-bedroom house in Baltimore for $474,900. The couple paid $440,000 for property after marrying in 2008. Despite Hager's move to New York, where she'll join twin sister BARBARA, husband Henry will continue his job for the Baltimore based company, 'Constellation Energy'. A spokesman for Hager's father George W Bush, declined to comment on the move, saying, "We don't comment on the girls".
The 29-year-old has been working as a correspondent for the 'Today Show' since 2009, and she covered the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver back in February.