Al Roker's Wife Deborah Shares a Video Showing Her Hard Work at the Gym
Deborah Roberts, Al Roker's beautiful wife, sizzled in a recent video showing her working out at the gym. Taking to Instagram, the TV reporter put her fit physique on display.
Besides her exceptional reporting on TV, Deborah Roberts is admired by many for her determination to stay fit at 60. Al Roker's age-defying wife recently showed just how committed she was to a healthy lifestyle.
On May 18, she posted a video of herself grimacing while doing a workout routine. With gym equipment serving as her backdrop, the renowned journalist flaunted her lean physique and taut muscles.
Clad in a sleeveless shirt and tight gym shorts, Roberts offered fans a closer look at her slender body. She had a mask but pulled it down to her neck to breathe more freely while doing the strenuous exercise.
The routine involved balancing on one leg while both hands pull resistance bands up and down. She kept her style in check, wearing bright orange sneakers. She also brightened up her followers, writing:
"Slapping back against any negativity. Embracing strength and positivity...recovery and resilience."
Roberts, who has been married to the "Today" show weatherman for 25 years, was a picture of resilience as she returned to the set of ABC News after a year of working from home because of the pandemic.
This gesture won Roker his first date with Roberts.
Her resilience was also evident in how she has handled her 66-year-old husband's prostate cancer diagnosis. Roker disclosed that the diagnosis came in September 2020.
Roberts admitted that the news left her devastated, saying she never thought his condition was anything serious. When she learned it was cancer, her heart sank, recalled the journalist.
Thankfully, his treatments worked, and doctors gave Roker a clean bill of health in January. The beloved TV personality expressed his gratitude for his family, especially Roberts.
Before going to Barcelona to cover the Olympics, she asked Roker to keep an eye on her apartment. The famous weatherman noticed how sparse her kitchen was.
Roberts came home to a stocked pantry and refrigerator, flowers on the table, and a sweet note that read, "Welcome Home." This gesture won Roker his first date with Roberts.
Roker, who was divorced from his first wife, proposed to Roberts at the Grand Canyon on New Year's Day in 1994. They tied the knot in New York on September 16, 1995.