Savannah Guthrie from 'Today' Reveals She's Recovering from Eye Surgery after Her Son Accidentally Injured Her
“Today” show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie, 47, is at home healing after having to undergo eye surgery. On Wednesday, December 12, 2019, the star took to social media to give fans an update.
In the caption of the post, the show anchor explained that the note was her “out of office” message. She further elaborated on how she had to get surgery on her eye on the same day due to “a massive tear in my retina and retina detachment.”
GUTHRIE GIVES THANKS FOR SUPPORT
Guthrie revealed that she was going to stay at home for a while to rest. She also gave a thank you message to her doctors, the prayers she’d received from her “good friends,” and her husband Mike Feldman, whom she called “a superhero” for having “swooped” to assist her in her time of need.
HER MACY’S PARADE APPEARANCE
After being injured late last month, the star stayed at home to recover. However, she was on hand to host the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City on November 28, 2019.
At the time, the star was undergoing near-daily laser surgeries to reattach her retina. She appeared at the parade wearing glasses.
CO-ANCHOR’S RECOVERY PROCESS
In the image, her son Charles “Charley” Max, 3, was close by for support. He’s the reason the television anchor is suffering from the eye injury.
GUTHRIE’S “LITTLE NURSES”
HOW SHE GOT INJURED
She revealed how she was left temporarily blind in her right eye 24 hours after the incident.