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'CBS Evening News' Anchor Norah O'Donnell Posts Rare Pic of Morning Exercise with Chef Husband

Busayo Ogunjimi
Nov 12, 2020
10:00 P.M.
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Norah O'Donnell, star host, and managing director of "CBS Evening News," shared an unusual post featuring her chef husband, Geoff Tracy, during their daily routine.


During the pandemic, Norah O'Donnell took to her Insta story to show off her morning routines with her husband, Geoff Tracy, through an adorable Instagram photo.

The anchor is seen on a "CBS Evening News" white face cap and a warm black coat while her husband, who was on a "Chef Geoff's" customized face cap, took the selfie shot.

Norah O'Donnell broadcasts Live from CBS Bureau in Washington DC on August 27, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images


The lovely pair stood on autumn leaves and took a shot with trees shed of their leaves in the background while adhering to the COVID-19 guidelines. The duo seemed proud of their career paths as they flaunted their associations' names through their clothes. O'Donnell captioned:

"Morning Exercise."


The 46-year-old television correspondent confessed that regular exercise kept her sane through the lockdown. She also mentioned that she sets goals and tasks each day.

She had considered inviting them over for a cocktail before she caught herself mid-way.


O'Donnell shared her daily routine, which entailed self-care, meals, and exercise. The mother of three also made time to engage her husband, Geoff, and children, Riley, Grace, and Henry consistently.

With the help of the beautiful star's husband, Geoff, and her children, she managed to run their family of five while balancing her work life. The television reporter also emerged every weeknight from her Washington studio to offer the latest information on the pandemic to her interested audience.

A selfie of Norah O'Donnell and her husband during their morning excercise. | Photo: Instagram/Norahodonnell


During her interview with The Hollywood Reporter, O'Donnell shared her reason for the weeknight updates, claiming that it was necessary to share more good news for the hope of humanity and togetherness.

In another interview, she explained that following social distancing rules had been so unnatural to move away from people instead of enjoying a casual rapport. The co-host said she had been so worried about her friends that she had considered inviting them over for a cocktail before she caught herself mid-way.

The 46-year-old explained that she realized she was a social personality claiming that she liked to be around other people, and this was the most difficult thing for her during the lockdown.