February 07, 2021
After her shocking departure from NBC, Tamron Hall's life has been full of new surprises like her adorable son Moses. The TV personality recently blessed fans with her son's sweet picture.
Tamron Hall is a renowned broadcast journalist best known for her time as a correspondent for NBC News. Since she departed from the network, the 50-year-old has embraced her new life as a proud mother.
The Emmy winner recently shared a heartwarming picture of her son Moses on Instagram and the image captured the precious little boy posing for the camera in an adorable blue ensemble.
The TV personality's only son wore a blue parka jumpsuit designed with large zippers and a grey furry hood. This comfy outfit was paired with colorful gloves, black ankle boots, and a grey beanie.
Despite having struggled with infertility before having her son, internet trolls chose to shame Hall for being a working mother.
The sweet photo was completed with a blue snow sled which Hall referred to in the post's caption. The mother-of-one joked about Moses giving her a ride on his sled with the words:
"Me: Moses pick mama up from the show
Moses: But Ma I'll lose my parking space"
The 50-year-old welcomed her charming son in April 2019. She shared the news via a stunning picture of the pair on Instagram, a month after she announced her pregnancy and marriage to Steven Greener.
Fans may recall that the former "Today" correspondent first shared her pregnancy news in a series of pictures on Instagram alongside a heartfelt caption in which the news anchor revealed she was 32 weeks pregnant.
Despite having struggled with infertility before having her son, internet trolls chose to shame Hall for being a working mother. One of such trolls provoked a response from the mother-of-one after leaving a nasty comment.
The Instagram user indicated that Moses would be unhappy being away from his mother while she worked. However, the Emmy winner made it clear that her son was taken care of in her absence.
The "Tamron Hall" star has grown since her days as an NBC "Today" host and MSNBC news anchor to become the host of her successful daytime talk show and the proud mother of one.
Hall had her adorable little boy at 48-years-old and over the years, the happy mother ensured fans were a part of Moses' life by sharing sweet pictures of the boy's milestones on social media.