American meteorologist Dylan Dreyer and her husband, Brian Fichera, took to Instagram to celebrate their 8th wedding anniversary with an emotional throwback video of the couple.
Time seems to have gone in a flash and brought many changes for Dylan Dreyer and her husband, Brian Fichera. The meteorologist shared an emotional tribute to her husband as they marked their 8th year of tying the knot.
Dreyer professed her love for her husband alongside a video of highlights from their wedding day back in 2012, showing the couple at the beginning of their 8-years journey.
TV personality Dylan Dreyer on the "TODAY" set, July 17, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
Dreyer captioned the video, which was set to Modest Mouse's "Float On," "...Happy Anniversary Bri!! There's no one else I'd want to live this crazy wonderful life with...I love you!!"
"Wherever I am, you are with me, which means I am at the apex of happiness. I love you. Happy anniversary dyl."
Fans of the couple reacted positively to their tributes to each other, with some fans wishing them a happy anniversary while others commented that they are perfect for each other. Dylan's husband, Fichera, is an NBC News cameraman, and the duo reportedly met while they were both working at the WHDH station in Boston.
Fichera's battle with the virus caused quite a scare amongst fans of the family as he had to quarantine in his eldest son's bedroom.
According to Dylan, their love affair began after they started hanging out more with a mutual friend, and it was not until his birthday party that she realized that she had completely fallen for him.
Following their wedding, the couple moved from Boston to New York, where Dreyer started her career with Today. The lovebirds share similar professions and bond over mutual interests like golf, traveling, and family.
The couple parent sons Cal, 3, and Ollie, nine months. Dreyer once said that she struggled with fertility issues before the birth of Oliver in January of this year. While the couple was basking in the euphoria of their new baby, Fichera revealed that he tested positive for the deadly COVID-19.
Fichera's battle with the virus caused quite a scare amongst fans of the family as he had to quarantine in his eldest son's bedroom for ten days while battling the symptoms.
Dylan Dreyer gave further updates on Fichera's health situation and said that the whole family is back to normal and has gone past the scary times. Dreyer posted a video of young Ollie learning to crawl. In the video which the proud mother shared, Oliver could be seen taking his shot at crawling while the excited family cheered him on.
Adding to her meteorological duties, Dreyer is also the host of the NBC educational nature program, "Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer." Despite her commitment to work, the TV star knows how to put her family first.