It sounds like a memorable evening when Jenna Bush Hager and her family visit the White House again.
On Friday, September 23, Jenna and her husband, Henry Hager, took their two girls, Mila, age 9, and Poppy, age 7, for the first time ever inside 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
On September 26, during TODAY with Hoda & Jenna, Jenna referred to the experience as "very magical" since it gave her girls the chance to meet President Joe Biden and see the home she and her twin sister, Barbara Bush, shared with their father, former President George W. Bush.
When the Hager family arrived, the president and first wife Jill Biden welcomed them; Jenna said she practised this moment with her daughters.
Regarding the practise, Jenna remarked, "We're like, OK, you shake your hand and you say, "Nice to meet you, Mr. President." Poppy was expressing doubt, saying, "I don't know whether I can do it."
"As we continued to practise, Mila said, "My stomach is sinking!" But when they emerged, they greeted the president by saying, "Nice to meet you." Poppy then asks, "Where is the movie theatre?"" Jenna disclosed.
On September 23, the family received an invitation to Elton John's concert in the White House, which Jenna described as being especially special because her mother, Laura Bush, who was also present, had always played songs by the "Rocket Man" singer growing up.
We were familiar with every song, and Jenna noted that her children were singing along to all of Elton John's duets.
Because of the Britney (Spears) duet, "Tiny Dancer" and "Rocket Man" are well-known to them," she continued.
To cap off the fantastic evening, the fourth hour co-host said that the people who work there, many of whom are the same from her days living in the nation's home, are what make the White House "feel like a home."
"Before the music began, Ron, one of our favourite White House staff members, walked over and asked, "What are y'all doing?" And I got to introduce him to my daughters. They baked a chocolate cake for my father, and it was simply so sweet, "She spoke. It serves as a reminder of how unique our nation's institution is.
She went on to say that prominent politicians, teachers, and first responders were all there around her family.
Sheinelle Jones from TODAY and Jenna concurred that it was a night that her children will never forget. And to improve upon a fantastic evening? Jenna remarked that her children were "quite well-behaved."