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Home Life Chat live with Bush twins Jenna and Barbara

Chat live with Bush twins Jenna and Barbara

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You’ll want to #BookmarkThis.

On Oct. 25, join USA TODAY for a Facebook live chat with Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush about their joint memoir, Sisters First: Stories From Our Wild and Wonderful Life.

#BookmarkThis is a series of live video chats with best-selling authors, and fans can submit questions. (Details below.)

Twins in the White House

It’s a great opportunity to touch base with the twins, 35, who will share stories of their lives as the daughters of one president (George W. Bush) and granddaughters of another (George H.W. Bush). Their mother, former first lady Laura Bush, has written the foreword to Sisters First (Grand Central, on sale Oct. 24).

Jenna is a married mother of two young girls and a correspondent for NBC’s Today show. Barbara is CEO and co-founder of Global Health Corps, an organization seeking to build the next generation of global health leaders.

All grown up now

At a small lunch hosted by publisher Grand Central in June, the sisters gave a sneak peek of their book and good-naturedly remembered the tabloid headlines when they were caught drinking as underage college students.

‘Sisters First’ by Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush. (Photo: Grand Central)

“We always had each other. I had a partner in fun and a partner in crime, and I mean that quite literally,” Jenna said.

Jenna also said the twins wrote their memoir to share stories of their sisterly bond, and so the public could know them better.

“People may think they know us in many ways, but we feel like some of the stereotypes about us are caricatures, and we can’t wait with this book to show what we’re like,” Jenna said.

The details:

When: Oct. 25 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT

Where: www.facebook.com/USATODAYLife

RSVP here and mark yourself as ‘going.’

Submit your questions in advance here.

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