"Today Show" co-anchor Savannah Guthrie shared a glimpse of her Christmas tree decorations with her followers on Instagram, showing some of her kids' pictures.
As Christmas draws nearer, families are stepping up with their home decorations and lighting their Christmas trees. Celebrities and television personalities are also joining in on the fun.
Many of them have already shared pictures and videos of their decorations with their fans on social media. Savannah Guthrie and her family have also decorated their home, and she shared a glimpse of it with her fans.
Taking to her Instagram page, the mother of two shared a close view picture of her family's Christmas tree, complete with lights and photos of her kids, Vale and Charles Max, among other decorations.
Another photo accompanying Guthrie's post showed her husband, Michael Feldman, and her kids' colorful Christmas stockings. Guthrie's caption to the post read:
"Merry and bright ?❤️."
There were loads of comments on Guthries' post, with her fans loving her Christmas decorations. Some of the fans loved the stockings on display, with one of them asking her where she got them.
Another fan gave Guthrie a shout out, adding that they love seeing strong women doing amazing things, while a third fan said the decorations are perfect.
Guthrie and Kotb defended the tree in a chat with People, with the former comparing it to a woman having a bad hair day.
The holiday season for this year will be different than most other years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Guthrie and her "Today" show co-host Hoda Kotb are not letting that dampen their spirit.
While speaking to USA Today, both women said the usual holiday traditions are needed more than ever in these present times when people cannot be out on the streets to take part in activities.
Last week, the co-hosts hosted the famous Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, which did not have spectators this year. Both women also hosted NBC's annual "Christmas in Rockefeller Center" on Wednesday night.
Besides watching many famous stars, including Dolly Parton, Gwen Stefani, and Kelly Clarkson, take to the stage, they also took part in lighting the world's most famous Christmas tree.
It will be recalled that the Rockefeller Christmas tree was a victim of a social media controversy when it arrived in New York City last week, with many people noting it looked a tad sparse when compared to previous years.
Guthrie and Kotb defended the tree in a chat with People, with the former comparing it to a woman having a bad hair day that everyone gets to notice.
Kotb agreed with Guthrie, saying the tree needed a break and that the addition of some extra branches would make the tree look better when it is eventually revealed.
The advice was taken with crew seen adding more branches to the tree. It all turned out well on Wednesday night when the Rockefeller tree was lit with over 50,000 LED lights shining brightly within its branches.