The Today show stars shared a tearful segment during which medium, Tyler Henry, predicted Jenna would have a baby boy.
The 2016 clip was introduced by Hoda and showed both women in tears as Tyler spoke to them.
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At the time he said he could see a baby boy in Jenna's future and she did indeed go on to have a third child, Hal, a few years later.
As they returned back to the studio in real-time, where the clairvoyant was visiting them once again, Hoda tearfully said: "Remember you weren't even going to have more [children]," and Jenna responded: "I know. Tyler made me."
Both women welcomed Tyler and he gave Jenna a new reading on Wednesday too, during which she asked about baby number four.
Hoda and Jenna welcomed Tyler back to their show
Jenna - who is a mom to Margaret 'Mila' Hager, eight, Poppy Louise Hager, six, and Henry 'Hal' Hager, two - asked: "Am I going to have another baby?" and Tyler said: "I hope if you want some that you do, but I'm just not seeing [any]."
That was welcomed news for Jenna who said: "That's good. I think three feels good."
The mom-of-three chatted more to Tyler, and the moment which made her cry this time was when he discussed her husband, Henry Chase Hager's late dad, John Hager, who passed away in 2020.
Jenna has three children
"I feel like he, in life, might have been known as a bit of a snorer," the medium said. "Someone who snores," at which Jenna's eyes welled up with tears.
Jenna was devastated when she lost John, and paid a heartfelt tribute to him after he passed. It read: "We lost my father-in-law, John Hager, Sunday morning," she wrote. "He was a giant of a man - although, I never saw him stand. He lived with polio — paralyzed from the waist down — in a wheel chair, for forty five years.
Despite it all he lived life to the fullest — and was compassionate, curious and kind. And boy, will we miss him but as Poppy said: 'He is in a better place - in heaven, out of his wheel-chair and running.'"
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