Savannah Guthrie's new media update was all about relishing the new season as she showed excitement about autumn with some eye-catching images.
"Today" co-anchor Savannah Guthrie did not keep her excitement off Instagram as she gushed about autumn with some appealing snapshots which were the view outside her home.
Guthrie's post showed picturesque images of nature and the typical browning and yellowing of leaves when fall arrives. The star was quite enthralled as she fawned over the season in her caption.
Savannah Guthrie attends the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards on January 12, 2014. | Photo: Getty Images.
In the first photo, tall trees bore colorful leaves of yellow, orange, and green mix, while the second slide showed an up-close image of ripe and fleshy pumpkins. In the last slide, the TV star gave an overview of the thicket around her shining under the afternoon sun. She wrote in her caption:
"Fall feels so fine outside my doorstep…"
Many fans in the comments shared the same feelings with Guthrie as they lined their exciting thoughts about the season. Some fans admired Guthrie's home's exquisite view as they admitted that she had good taste.
The NBC personality who has been handling motherhood and work amid the pandemic recently joined Jonathan and Drew Scott in a quick chat about updates in her family.
One of these was her televised microphone issue, which she came off hilarious but did not put a damper on working from home.
Guthrie, 48, and her spouse, Michael Feldman, sat in the virtual interview that had them both keeping it real about how they share their parenting duties and ensuring their home's smooth running.
The TV anchor referred to her husband as the "chief grilling officer" who wakes up first and ensures she is ready for work by helping her set up her essentials. Guthrie noted that Feldman also gets the kids ready for their Zoom classes.
By mid-morning, when she was done with her show, she would be back home to take over from her partner while resuming his position as the founder of a strategic consulting franchise.
Feldman, who shares two kids, Charley and Vale, with Guthrie, noted that his wife's time at work was convenient because her schedule fell on when the kids were still in bed.
He commended her ability to return from work and launch into mommy mode almost immediately. The pair made it known that they make sure to sensitize their kids on the pandemic in the subtlest ways.
Although the seasoned broadcaster is back at "Today's" studio and keeping up with viewers, she and her co-hosts had to resort to virtual hosting in the early stage of the pandemic.
While at home, the star experienced some technical issues presumably due to working remotely. One of these was her televised microphone issue, which came off hilarious but did not put a damper on working from home.