George W. Bush’s Daughter Tries To Set Up Prince Harry With Her Sister

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The former U.S. president’s daughter finds an opportunity to test her matchmaking skills in front of Prince Harry.

George W. Bush’s daughter, Jenna Bush Hager, tried to play matchmaker to Prince Harry during an interview about the Florida opening of the Invictus Games.

Considering the 31-year-old prince is one of the most eligible bachelors in the world, Bush Hager thought it would be a great idea to ask him about his love life — and in the process, introduce him to her twin sister Barbara.

"Does it make you laugh that people are already asking you about children?” asked Bush Hager. “I mean, it's sort of jumping ahead a couple steps.”

When Prince Harry replied he did not even had a girlfriend at that moment, Bush Hager thought it was the perfect opportunity to let him know about Barbara, who is single.

"I have a single sister and she feels the same way. Listen, she's available," Bush Hager laughed. "She's gonna kill me." 

The British royal, looking a bit embarrassed, waved off her comment by saying they could “maybe talk off air.”

But Bush Hager was not letting the hopes of her sister marrying royalty be smashed so soon and even joked about calling Harry “brother-in-law” after the interview.

She added later on that it was the least she could do for her twin sister, though she admitted Barbara was undoubtedly “humiliated” by the unexpected matchmaking on TV.

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