NEW YORK (December 13, 2010)--Former first daughter Jenna Bush Hager, 29, and her husband have moved to New York City, where she'll continue to work as a contributing correspondent for NBC's "Today" show.
Show spokeswoman Megan Kopf confirmed Monday that the twin daughter of former President George W. Bush moved to the city recently and says the network is "thrilled" Hager will be near the station's headquarters.
The announcement comes after recent reports that the Hager’s Baltimore home was up for sale for $474,900.
Hager has been a correspondent for the morning show since 2009 and has covered a variety of subjects, including education and the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Hager has also written wrote a children's book and worked for UNICEF.
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