Megyn Kelly showed how she and her children are adjusting to "the age of Corona," in a new snap where the family went out on horseback to enjoy nature and the fresh air.
Megyn Kelly changed up the pace of life in self-isolation amid the novel coronavirus pandemic with exercise and fresh air, but with a twist.
Taking to social media, the former NBC star posted a picture taken during an outride on horseback with her children, and everyone sported their own combination of sunglasses, face masks, and helmets for safety.
The 49-year-old and her husband Douglas Brunt share three children, with Thatcher being the youngest at six years old, followed by 9-year-old Yardley and Edward (Yates), who is now ten years old.
Spending more time outdoors, Megyn and the kids also enjoyed a walk outside in a light snow flurry recently. The broadcast journalist took a short video clip of their excursion, and it showed how much fun the kids had exploring the trees and the area around a bridge.
Megyn and her family previously went for a snowy getaway to the Big Sky Resort in Montana shortly after she left the "Today" show back in October 2018.
Shortly after her exit from the NBC show, Megyn decided to prioritize family time above all else, and the family spent almost a month doing nothing besides having fun together at the resort.
Leaving the city and everything in it behind, the family of five spent daylight hours sledding and skiing while they played board games while drinking hot chocolate during the evenings.
Passing up on an opportunity to have fun with her children is not an option, as Megyn showed off proudly last year. She and her daughter Yardley had gotten all dressed up for her 1970s-themed school dance in April 2019, and the mother-and-daughter-duo totally rocked their groovy looks.
It's not every day that Megyn Kelly posts pictures of her children. Back in December, Megyn posted a snap of Yates, and it had her followers quite impressed.
Yates seemingly developed a love for reading, as the picture showed Yates curled up and lost in the book he was reading while keeping warm under the woolly blanket.