May 05, 2020
Savannah Guthrie took to Instagram to share photos of her husband and sons bonding over an at-home haircut session.
"Today" co-anchor Savannah Guthrie shared adorable photos of an unusual barbershop setting in her home. The slideshow of pictures showed her husband, Michael Feldman, wielding a pair of scissors, ready to snip away some hair. Guthrie captioned:
"Charley entrusts his tumbleweed-esque quarantine hair to the hands of the master, @feldmike, and as a wise man once said: 'you're gonna like the way you look.'"
With his trusty glasses on, Feldman donned a serious face while snipping with his scissors at Savannah's youngest child, Charley.
The three-year-old sat patiently, dressed in a blue and yellow art smock, in a small chair while his father worked his magic.
After Michael was done with the haircut, the young boy quickly became friends with a black handheld mirror, staring into it with excitement.
The "Two Black Cadillacs" crooner joked that she would be cutting her hair soon after.
Vale's turn in the hot seat came after her baby brother's. Although photos of the entire process were not shared, the finished look showed Vale's golden curls adequately trimmed. Concluding her caption, Guthrie wrote:
"Big sis gets right in for the next available appointment and gets a nice trim. #curls #curlsfordays #homehaircutsofinstagram #holdingmybreath.”
The broadcaster's fans and followers commended her husband for a job well done and noted how dashing young Charley looked, and how beautiful Vale looked.
Savannah's family is not the only family taking hair matter's into their own hands. Several other celebrities have taken to Instagram to share how they have dealt with their hair in the absence of hairstylists and barbers.
"American Idol" alum and singer Carrie Underwood took to her Instagram story to share a photo of her husband, Mike Fisher, giving their son, Isaiah, a haircut. The "Two Black Cadillacs" crooner joked that she would be cutting her hair soon after.
The singer's husband was dressed in a grey graphic tee-shirt with the same focused expression on his face that his fellow "daddy-turned-barber," Feldman, had been wearing. Instead of a pair of scissors, Mike used an electric clipper.
The two families have decided to find yet another way to bond, while simultaneously keeping the kids looking presentable while practicing social distancing amid the pandemic.