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Jenna Bush Hager spent time apart from her firstborn Mila over the last few days as the little girl enjoyed time at summer camp.
However, on Sunday, the Today star was delighted as she finally reunited with Mila. The doting mom was captured by her friend running over to her daughter and hugging her outside the summer camp entrance.
Jenna also shared footage of her husband Henry Hager greeting his daughter, and an adorable clip of Mila running out the car when they arrived home and hugging her younger siblings Poppy and Hal.
VIDEO: Today's Jenna Bush Hager reunited with daughter Mila after time apart
During their time away from each other, the mother-of-three detailed some of the letters her daughter had written to her on Today with Hoda & Jenna, including a hilarious message to her mom asking her if Cardi B was her friend.
Jenna loves nothing more than being a mom and often has sweet tales about her family life which she shares on Today.
Jenna Bush Hager's daughter Mila had been at summer camp
In a recent interview with HELLO!, the Read with Jenna star shared: "I am so lucky to work with this group of extraordinary moms. We all have kids who are similar ages so it's been really fun and kind of wild.
"It's great and I don't take it lightly. Even this weekend when I was gone, I had one kid, my husband had two, and Savannah picked up my kids and took them to church."
The former teacher continued: "I can text Hoda and ask for advice.
Jenna and her husband Henry Hager were delighted to have their firstborn back home
"I'm so lucky to work with people who I not only adore, but I can lean on them. That's the true meaning of sisterhood."
She also revealed that she had taken Mila on her book tour with twin sister Barbara Bush as they promoted their latest children's story, The Superpower Sisterhood.
Jenna with her children and parents Lara and George W. Bush
The proud parent revealed that Mila was far more confident than she was at her age and even went on stage at the event.
She also added that while she had asked Mila if she would ever consider running in the family's footsteps in politics - taking after her grandfather George W. Bush and great-grandfather George H. W. Bush - the little girl replied "no, but Poppy would".
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