Jenna Bush Hager left mortified after calling husband ‘daddy’ on TV

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Well, that escalated quickly.

Jenna Bush Hager suffered a sexy blunder Monday on “Today with Hoda & Jenna” show when referring to her husband Henry Chase Hager.

While telling co-host Hoda Kotb, 59, about her weekend, Bush Hager, 41, said, “We went to see ‘Trolls [Band Together]’ this weekend.

“3D glasses, the music’s awesome, there are a lot of adult references, so if you want to go and enjoy… The kids will love it.”

She continued that her son Hal, 4, was so inspired by the film that he “wants to be baby Diamond and have Daddy be – first of all, I just called my husband ‘daddy’ on television,” Bush Hager stopped herself, while Kotb burst into laughter.

“Namaste,” Kotb managed to get a word out. “Isn’t it weird if all the things you said in your own house, you said out loud? People would think you are crazy.”

Jenna Bush Hager accidentally calls husband Henry ‘daddy’ on ‘Today’ showJenna Bush Hager and her husband Henry Chase Hager share three kids. jennabhager/Instagram

Bush Hager felt she needed to punish herself for the public slip-up.

“I just called my husband ‘daddy,’” she said. “Is there like a corner I can go sit in for a few minutes?”

Bush Hager and Hager married in 2008 and share three kids: son Hal, 4, and daughters Poppy, 8, and Mila, 10.

Jenna Bush Hager accidentally calls husband Henry ‘daddy’ on ‘Today’ showThe family enjoyed the new “Trolls Band Together” movie over the weekend jennabhager/Instagram

Earlier this month, Bush Hager explained why she takes her kids calling her by her first name as a compliment.

“In fact, when we FaceTimed [my son] Hal from our book tour, he goes, ‘Hello, Jenna! Hello, Jenna!’”

“Which I take as a compliment because it is my name,” she added.

“Trolls Band Together” marks the first time *NSYNC has reunited to release their first new song in over 20 years, “Better Place.”

Last month, trolls called out Kotb and Bush Hager’s in-house stylist to choose outfits that would be better suited for “high school girls” than esteemed talk show hosts.

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