Adorable photos of former US President George Bush spending time with his granddaughters are melting many hearts.
YEN brings you a glimpse into Bush's sweet moments with his little girls, as shared by People on September 28, 2017.
The 43rd US President recently visited the home of his daughter, Jenna Bush Hager, and her husband, Henry Hager.
Jenna and Henry have two young daughters, two-year-old Poppy Louise and four-year-old Margaret "Mila" Laura.
Jenna, 35, made sure to document the lovely bonding between her father and children.
Bush, a proud grandfather, has admitted that he couldn't help but spoil his grandchildren.
In a previous interview, he said he loves indulging Poppy and Mila.
"I'm probably undermining every lesson that Jenna and Henry are trying to teach little Mila but, you know, what the heck?"
Jenna's Instagram Stories featured sweet moments between the 71-year-old former politician and his cute granddaughters.
One photo showed him cuddling the girls, dressed in matching doughnut-patterned pajamas, on an armchair.
'Bedtime visitor,' Jenna, a correspondent for Today, wrote across the top of the sweet snap.
In another photo, the former president poses with Mila for a toddler-friendly tango. 'Book and a dance,' wrote Jenna.
Bush, who served as US president from 2001 to 2009, has been bragging about his granddaughters.
In July, he and former US President Bill Clinton shared about their grandchildren's abilities.
It was during a panel discussion held as part of the 2017 graduating class of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program.
Bush said that his granddaughters can sing 'Happy Birthday' in Mandarin. Clinton said his granddaughter can sing it in Spanish.
Bush recently joined fellow former presidents, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton during the kick off of the 2017 Presidents Cup at the Liberty National Club in New Jersey.
After he retired, Bush focused on his family and on humanitarian work. He also began painting as a hobby, eventually opening an exhibit of the paintings he made of US soldiers wounded during the War on Terror in the Middle East.
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