Former US First Lady, Barbara Bush Died at the Age of 92


Washington: Former US first woman Barbara Bush died on Tuesday. She is the only lady to see both her son and husband sworn in as the president of the United States. Her age was 92 years. Barbara Bush was the spouse of the 41st president, George H W Bush. She is also the mother of the 43rd president, George W Bush.

The Bush family had reported in an announcement on April 15 that she was in coming up short wellbeing, had chosen not to look for assist medicinal treatment and rather would center around “comfort care”. Barbara Bush died because of congestive heart problems and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Barbara Bush was named “The Silver Fox” by her kids and husband. She was known for her snow-white hair and for being furiously defensive of her family.

She was first woman when her husband was in the White House from 1989 to 1993. Her child, Republican George Walker Bush, triumphed in the debated 2000 US decision and was president from 2001 to 2009. The father-and-child presidents were once in a while alluded to as “Bush 41” and “Bush 43.”

The Bushes had seen their 73rd wedding commemoration in January 2018.

The Bushes had six descendants. Their daughter, Robin, passed away because of leukemia in 1953 at age 3. Barbara Bush’s hair started to turn rashly white after the stun of the young lady’s demise. In addition to Jeb and George W, other children were Marvin, Neil, and the daughter Dorothy.


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