Tamron Hall and Son Moses Share a Sweet Moment Together in the Bathroom (Photo)
Talk show host Tamron Hall posted an adorable image with her mini-me son, Moses, who is her total lookalike.
Hall is experiencing so many joys as a mother. She welcomed her son last year with her husband, Steve Greene, whom she became romantically involved with after four years of friendship.
Ever since her son's birth, the onscreen star has been delighting in sharing the motherhood experiences with her online fans. Recently, she treated them to a mother-son duo dose.
Moses sat beside the bathroom sink in a two-piece outfit. His mom bent close to the toddler and compassionately held her son's hands on her face. Hall displayed her motherly love while advertising a brand on her page. She wrote:
"After talking all day, sometimes the best conversations are the simplest. @ivorysoap makes body wash and deodorant..."
Hall, who is a career woman, has found a way to balance her work and personal life. After she left the "Today" show, she created a new show known as "The Tamron Hall Show."
She mentioned that she intends to teach her son to place value on women and to appreciate them.
Following the coronavirus pandemic, the 48-year-old set up a home base studio where she could give her fans an incredible experience with her talk show.
Hall regularly shares updates on what her son is up to via her Instagram page from celebrating his continuous growth to showing off some mother-son bonding time during work hours.
In March, she shared a post that featured Moses in a baby walker near a fireplace. Hall donned a red dress and had no makeup on while she shared how working at home feels with her baby.
During the International Women's Day celebration, the mother of one reached out to other women and celebrated them. She mentioned that she intends to teach her son to place value on women and to appreciate them.
Although, she hid her pregnancy from the media for a while as she employed the use of IVF in getting pregnant and was advised by her doctor to be discrete until later.