Jenna Bush Hager is the coolest proud aunt!

The 39-years-old Today’s co-host announced the birth of her twin sister  Barbara Pierce Bush’s baby girl in an Instagram post on Tuesday.

The proud aunty Jenna Bush Hager shared a glimpse of her niece, Cora Georgia, by posting a picture of her welcoming the newborn.

She posted two pictures on Instagram. One included her gazing lovingly at the newborn and her sister, while the second picture features the trio, including mother, Barbara Pierce Bush, father, Craig Coyne, and the newborn, cozying up.

Jenna uploaded two pictures of herself holding the newborn.

“Dearest Cora Georgia, Today is the day I got to meet my most beautiful, precious, feisty niece (a bit earlier than we expected!),” – she captioned the pictures.

Jenna herself shares three kids; Poppy Louise, 6, Henry Hal Harold 2, and Margaret Mila Laura, 8, with spouse Henry Hager.

The mother of three said, “I witnessed in awe as my dearest, toughest @barbara.p.bush became a mama,”

“And today is the day I fell in love! Some cousins are anxiously waiting to play with you, but not just yet love. Xx auntie j. – she continued.

Barbara Pierce and her husband Craig Coyne welcomed the baby girl on Sept 27 – their parents Laura Bush and George announced.

In a recent statement, the former president shared the news with People, saying, “With full hearts, Laura and I are delighted to announce the birth of our new granddaughter” and added that, “Cora is healthy and adorable, and we are proud and grateful,”

In her statement, she also revealed that her daughter delivered the baby in Maine, “not far from our family home where Barbara and Craig were married [in 2018].”

In another interview previously taken by People, before George H.W. Bush Points of Light Awards, the new mother said the best about this pandemic is that she gets to live with her parents in Texas.

 “We thought it would be for a handful of weeks — we didn’t anticipate that it would be for the majority of a year,” “But it’s time that we never otherwise would’ve had, of course.” – Barbara said.

She continued saying, “There’s something really lovely about the simplicity of being with someone every day,”

“rather than when we normally are with our family where it’s around the holidays or it’s for this very condensed amount of time.”

Barbara stays lower profile than her famous sister, who once candidly spoke about dealing with weird feelings of “guilt” during her pregnancies, knowing that her sister, on the other hand, is trying hard to conceive.