President Bush and Wife Barbara Are All Smiles During Super Bowl LI Coin Toss

Both were hospitalized last month.

Former President H.W. Bush, 92, and his wife Barbara Bush took center stage at NGR stadium Sunday night for the Super Bowl LI coin flip.

The two were greeted with cheers as Bush was rolled out in a wheelchair by a military member alongside Barbara, who rode to the 50 yard line in a golf cart.

The MVP and the former President.

— vaughn mcclure (@vxmcclure23) February 5, 2017

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President Bush tossed the coin, which landed on tails, a victory for the Falcons. They deferred to the second half.

Bush, the oldest living former president, and his wife were both admitted to the hospital last month — President Bush with pneumonia and Barbara with bronchitis.

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President Bush was released following a two-week hospital stay Monday.

Thankfully, both looked well and were smiling brightly on the field.

So happy to see President George H.W. Bush & Mrs. Bush looking so healthy & strong #SuperBowl

— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) February 5, 2017

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