Marvin Bush‘s son with his wife, Margaret Conway Molster is Charles Walker Bush, who was born on December 12, 1989. Charles has a sibling named Marshall Bush. Charles’ dad, Marvin, is an American businessman, and co-founder and a managing partner of Winston Partners.
Not many people know that Marvin and his wife, Margaret adopted Charles as well as Marshall. The couple loved Charles and Marshall like their own children and never treated differently which is a very polite gesture shown by Marvin and Margaret.
Marvin Bush’s Son, Charles Serves In The U.S. Military
According to The List, Charles Walker Bush went on to join the United States Armed Force in 2012. He was in the U.S. Marines. Looks like Charles is very patriotic in nature and chose to serve the nation by joining in the army.
Similarly, it seems that he focuses on his work and career and he possibly might not have time to use any social media accounts. With that said, he might have trained hard to become the best in the group of experienced soldiers. Since Charles joined the US Army force, he might miss his family very much.
In a now-deleted Instagram post, he paid tribute to his grandfather on his birthday captioning, “Happy 91st Birthday to this stud. If I can grow up to be even half the man that he is, then I’ll have done it right.” It shows that Charles had an emotional attachment with his grandpa.
Charles Walker Bush, Accused Of Sharing Controversial Post
Marvin Bush’s son, Charles Walker Bush posted a photo of his assault rifles on his Instagram account that created a massive controversy for his act. Some people praised him whereas others criticized soon after sharing that post.
Maybe he made his Instagram account private after that incident to lessen the spreading controversy. Charles seemed to have become undercover on Instagram, possibly in order to minimize the controversial matter.
Charles Walker Bush – Name Meaning
The meaning of Charles is ‘army or warrior’ that came from a Germanic name. Walker is an occupational name for cleaner, fuller, and thickener of cloth that means ‘to roll’.