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Congratulations Jenna (according to People magazine)

President Bush’s daughter Jenna, 26, and her fiance, Henry Hager, 29, are to be married on May 10, according to a report on People magazine’s website.
The wedding will apparently be held at the president’s 1,600-acre ranch in Crawford, Texas. A spokeswoman for first lady Laura Bush said she could not confirm the report and had no comment on it.
“It’s going to be a small wedding,” a source told People, adding Jenna had already selected her bridesmaids. “She’s very excited. They make a great couple.”
And if Hager, who comes from a prominent Republican family and worked on the president’s re-election campaign, one day has greater political ambitions of his own, perhaps he can even find himself added to this website.

Tom Gross — Tom Gross is a former Middle East correspondent for the London Sunday Telegraph and the New York Daily News.

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