Al Roker's Teen Son Nicholas Looks Much Taller Than Mom Deborah Roberts in a Heartwarming Photo
Al Roker's 18-year-old son Nick is growing to be a recognizably handsome tall man. A recent photo showed him looking much taller than his mom as he posed with her.
"Today" meteorologist Al Roker and his Senior ABC journalist wife Deborah Roberts may run a tight schedule owing to the complexities of their jobs.
However, there is never a too-busy schedule that would make them forget to spend time with their family. They also share images as proof that they are more than willing to bask in the euphoria of family bonding moments!
The ABC journalist recently shared a full-length image of herself standing close to her youngest child, Nick; boy oh boy! He looked all grown.
In the post, the pair had an arm each wrapped across the back of their necks. Mother and son stood at the foot of a corridor smiling from ear to ear as they posed for the shot.
They both twinned in similar styles but chose to appear in different colors of outfits and poses. Still, they looked incredibly charming as their closet choices complemented each other. The caption on the post read:
"To all the heroines and heroes who got us here. #gratitude."
In the photo, Roberts opted for a casual round-neck shirt with bold inscriptions on it. The look was paired with her ripped sky-blue denim jeans.
On the other hand, her teenage son rocked a black short-sleeved shirt on dark blue jeans. He also selected a few hand bands to accessorize the appearance.
The broadcasters confessed that it had not been an easy journey and that frustration may set in sometimes
More than nine thousand Instagram users liked the post, and a few commenters added sweet words while expressing themselves via the comment section.
Roberts is not the only person who posts or spends time with her own. Her husband, Roker, is also guilty of fulfilling his daddy duties credibly.
Via online photos, videos, and publications, the "Today" host has flaunted how amazing his son is after sharing special and memorable moments with him.
Although Nick is a special needs child with autism, the teen's skills in cooking and swimming and his passion for engaging in fun make him lovable.
That is not to say that without those features, he would not have the required love or attention. Since his birth in 2002, his family has cared and affectionately worked towards getting helpful therapy for him.
The family has worked closely and patiently with Lori Rothman, a therapist, who has been of great help to their son since he was three years old.
The broadcasters confessed that it had not been an easy journey and that frustration may set in sometimes. Still, this is no reason not to be proud and love a child with special needs.