Rachael Ray has wrapped up filming her show at home and has introduced fans to a new, very adorable family member.
After having to shoot episodes of "The Rachel Ray Show" from her home, the star of the show has introduced her fans to a new family member.
Ray shared the adorable picture showing herself and husband John Cusimano cuddling their new puppy Bella Boo Blue.
Rachael Ray and husband John Cusimane| Photo: Getty Images
During the coronavirus pandemic, Rachael has been quarantining and filming her show while at home in Lake Luzerne.
For the last episode that will be shot at her home, the star introduced her fans to their new dog, much to the delight of her 939,000 followers. One fan wrote,
"Your home shows have literally been the best part of quarantine! Thanking you for letting us into your home. Love you, love John and love Bella Boo!"
Ray, who was born and raised in New York, became a TV chef while working in a gourmet food shop in Schenectady. While there, she developed thirty-minute classes which were picked up by a local newscast.
Last month, Rachael revealed that she had lost her beloved pitbull, Isaboo, who often appeared on her social media feed.
Isaboo, who was 15 years old, had passed away peacefully in their arms.
The TV cook took to Instagram to announce the news and reveal that she and John were heartbroken over their loss.
Ray wrote that Isaboo, who was 15 years old, had passed away peacefully in their arms, in their back garden under the sun. She added,
"Today @johnmcusimano and I mourn the loss of a dog; a pitbull who taught us more about unconditional love, empathy, and understanding of one another than we could have ever imagined."
Ray also urged her followers to bring an animal into their home, if they had the room and budget to do so. She added that it would help them become a better person.
She finished the post by writing that she would miss her furry best friend and added that when they were ready, they would welcome another animal into their hearts.
Ray became a household name after releasing her first cookbook, "30 Minute Meals," which was so popular that she appeared in three other Food Network shows.
The TV chef is also involved in charitable organizations and established the Yum-O!, a nonprofit that educated young people about the importance of proper nutrition.