“Today” co-host, Savannah Guthrie, has returned to the show’s studio after weeks of self-isolation in her home.
Over the last few weeks, hosts of the “Today” show have encountered different difficulties that surfaced from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Savannah Guthrie attends 2017 Matrix Awards at Sheraton New York Times Square on April 24, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images
Due to that, one of the show co-hosts, Savannah Guthrie, began working from home following the developments of some coronavirus-like symptoms. Luckily, the 48-year-old is back to work, and her return to the show got announced with a tweet that read:
“We’re very happy to have our @savannahguthrie back in Studio 1A this morning!”
However, her return was met with mixed feelings as some of the show’s viewers believed that they were trying to “act like all was well.”
[Time at home] gave [Savannah's] husband, Michael Feldman, an opportunity to show his prowess as a “producer and technician.”
The TV personality’s return to work came just a few days after Daily Mail reported that it was taking her some time to get accustomed to being at home.
According to the outlet, Savannah resorted to sharing several images from her home experiences instead of following her usual routine of being in the NBC studios in the mornings.
The 48-year-old once shared a series of images of her two children – 5-year-old Vale and 3-year-old Charley – as she playfully pointed out that she was having some trouble with all the “family time” she was getting.
The post included a photo of Vale and Charley playing together, as well as a clip that showed them outside wearing bike helmets.
Savannah also posted an image of her children’s playroom floor where she chose to listen to some Kenny Rogers songs following his death on March 20.
The broadcast journalist explained through the caption that she was “Listening to Kenny Rogers on repeat as my kids destroy the house.”
Despite the challenge of looking after her two kids, her time at home allowed Savannah to spend her days chilling in sweatpants. It also gave her husband, Michael Feldman, an opportunity to show his prowess as a “producer and technician.”
The tweet came after she announced that she would be working home as she had a mild sore throat and runny nose.