Jenna Bush Now Calls NYC Home

Former first daughter Jenna Bush Hager has moved to New York City, where she'll continue to work as a contributing correspondent for NBC's Today Show.

A spokeswoman for the show confirmed Monday that the youngest daughter of the 43rd president had moved to the city recently. Megan Kopf says they are "thrilled'' she will be near the station's headquarters.  Bush's other daughter, Jenna's twin Barbara, already lives in Manhattan, and the Washington Post reports the sisters wanted to be closer.

The announcement of the move comes after recent reports that the 29-year-old's Baltimore home was up for sale for $474,900. Bush has been a correspondent for the morning show since 2009.

She has covered a variety of subjects, including education and the Vancouver Olympics.

Jenna Bush is the younger fraternal twin daughter of former President George W. Bush. She previously wrote a children's book and worked for UNICEF.

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