May 05, 2020
"Today" show meteorologist Dylan Dreyer tied the knot with Brian Fichera in 2012. To this day, their relationship has remained stable.
Dylan and Brian initially met when the two of them worked at the WHDH station in Boston, Massachusetts. She was an anchor and meteorologist, and he was an in-studio technician.
"When he started working more, he'd hang out more in the Weather Center with our friend Todd," Dylan allegedly wrote on their wedding blog, as reported by Good Housekeeping.
"The three of us starting hanging out more and more outside of work, building our friendship and getting closer," she added. "After a few years, we had a small party at Brian's house which we dubbed the Jammy Jam."
Dylan continued that it was then that she realized she had totally fallen for Brian and that from there it was history.
Brian proposed to Dylan in July 2011. They exchanged their vows at The Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston in October 2012.
The couple then moved from their house in Boston to an apartment in New York City for Dylan's job. She joined the weekend edition of the "Today" show.
Dylan regularly shares photos of her sons on social media.
In 2016, Dylan announced she was expecting the couple's first child, as reported by Cheat Sheet. She gave birth to son Calvin in December 2016.
Dylan once talked about her struggle with secondary infertility when she and her husband were trying to conceive.
The couple later made a decision to try in vitro fertilization or IVF. Dylan, however, got pregnant before they moved forward with it.
She announced on "Today" in July 2019 that she's expecting her second child due in January 2020. On January 3, Dylan and Brian welcomed their second child, son Oliver.
Dylan regularly shares photos of her sons on social media. She is a weather anchor and rotates with Sheinelle Jones in the Orange Room on "Weekend Today" and "MSNBC" on weekends.
She routinely shows up on "Today" on weekdays as a weather correspondent and as a fill-in for Al Roker and Carson Daly. Dylan additionally appears on "The Weather Channel" and "NBC Nightly News."