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Tamron Hall's Husband Who Was 'Stalking' Her Could Not 'Stop Crying Tears of Joy' When Welcoming Their Son

Oyin Balogun
Mar 11, 2022
12:20 A.M.
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Tamron Hall was heartbroken when her run on NBC came to a sudden halt, but things turned out well for the broadcaster, who is now a mother of one and enjoys a happy home.


Tamron Hall's exit from NBC was an unpleasant moment in her career. The broadcaster lost her slot to Megyn Kelly. Nevertheless, her pain quickly turned to happiness as she soon found joy in other areas of her life.

Hall bid farewell to the NBC morning show in February 2017, and shortly afterward, she welcomed two of her biggest blessings; her husband, Steven Greener, and their son, Moses.

[Left]Tamron Hall poses at the opening night of "MJ" The Michael Jackson Musical at Neil Simon Theatre on February 01, 2022; [Middle] Tamron Hall and her husband, Steven Greener; [Right] Tamron Hall holding her son, Moses. | Source: Getty Images


She confessed to feeling disappointed over losing her show, but her relationship with Greener and her little son taught her there's always light at the end of the tunnel. Speaking of her family, Hall said,

“I never thought I’d have to lose everything to gain even more, but I lost my spot, and I gained a husband who roots for me.”

After she departed from NBC, Hall continued to speak at events, representing the domestic abuse organization "Safe Horizon." Hall later made a big comeback to mainstream journalism with her show, "The Tamron Hall Show."

Tamron Hall is seen during the 102nd 6abc Dunkin' Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 25, 2021 | Source: Getty Images


The 51-year-old praised her resilience and strength for helping her get back into the game. She said, "I knew I would have to trust my gut and that I could be a part of something that would reflect who I am as a person, as a journalist, as a woman."

Above all, Hall's family has been her biggest support system, especially her husband. The couple has been together for over three years. Here's all you need to know about their lovely home.


An emotional hour on IVF with Tamron Hall on ABC's "Tamron Hall" - Season 1 | Source: Getty Images


Hall hasn't had life on a platter of gold. The famous talk show host has gone through ups and downs but managed to stay on top of her game. The 51-year-old and her husband, Greener, have been married for some years and have built a happy life together.

The couple began dating after Hall's NBC exit, and the TV star confirmed their relationship during an appearance on "The Steve Harvey" show. Despite their beautiful life together, things didn't start all rosy between them.

Tamron Hall poses at the opening night of "MJ" The Michael Jackson Musical at Neil Simon Theatre on February 01, 2022 | Source: Getty Images


The couple met in 2013, but Hall was far from interested in the producer's flirting tactics. Hall revealed that Greener began to stalk her, hoping to increase his chances. Over time, Hall's heart began to soften towards him. She later confessed that Greener's persistence increased his chances with her.

While guest-hosting "Live With Kelly and Ryan" in 2019, Hall opened up about Greener's persistence. She said, "He would run into me, and he kept saying, 'What are the odds? I'm like, 'Because you're stalking me, the odds are high.'"

Hall and Greener later became a couple, and she announced their private wedding in March 2019. However, the former NBC star is known for being tight-lipped about her relationship.


Hall prefers to be private about her affairs rather than secretive. The mom of one once said, "I think today, people mistake privacy for secrecy." The broadcast journalist prefers not to talk about her man on live television, but they are often spotted together.

Hall desired to be with a man who loves her beyond her status as a TV host, and from the look of things, the Emmy Award-winning host got what she wanted. 

Tamron Hall attends The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection 2020 | Source: Getty Images


The broadcaster once noted that, despite their busy schedule, she's deliberate about spending time with Greener. She said, "Steven was my first and only boyfriend who did not have to turn on the TV to see me, and I think that's been important."

This was because her pregnancy was considered high-risk due to some medical conditions she had suffered.

Hall added that leaving her previous job and the constant pressure it came with helped her relationship with Greener. She used to be overly concerned about the competition in her previous role, which made it difficult for her to hold down a relationship.


Like Hall, Greener works in the entertainment industry. He collaborated with artists like Fantasia Barrino, the season 3 winner of "American Idol," late comedian Bernie Mac, etc. He's also produced several well-known films, "Guess Who" and "Goodnight, Joseph Parker."

Greener is expressive about his feelings for his famous wife. The couple constantly features in each other's social media posts. Last year, their Valentine's Day post sparked a series of sweet comments from their fans.


Hall shared a throwback picture along with the caption, "Happy Valentine's day to you. Old pic, same love, and same fade, lol. The ride is always unpredictable, but the person next to you can help make the bumps easier to take. Last year dinner out, this year I'm cooking oxtails at home."

Greener and Hall also left their fans blushing with their 2021 Christmas photo, which showed the movie producer backing his wife as they posed in matching pajamas. Another slide featured the couple and their toddler, and the family looked intimate and happy.


Hall and her husband welcomed their first child shortly after their marriage. Emotions overcame the award-winning show host after the birth of her son.

Hall said she shed some tears of joy when she saw her little one. Although the couple remained tight-lipped about the pregnancy, the show host finally shared the news of her pregnancy in her 32nd week.


Hall confessed that she remained private about her pregnancy out of fear of losing the baby and feeling disappointed. She said,

"I was terrified I would lose this baby, and I would have to go back and tell everyone that now it was bad news and after this pregnancy had gone so far."

This was because her pregnancy was considered high-risk due to some medical conditions she had suffered. The first time mom said she had gone through fertility struggles in her 30s.


Hall enjoys every moment of being a mom and revealed she was once confused about naming her baby. For religious reasons, the TV star decided to call her son Moses.

According to her, Moses was a common factor in all religions. She said, "I could not imagine any other name, although we did bat around Bob, in honor of Bob Marley."

Moses has grown into a cute-looking toddler and constantly features on his parents' social media pages. Hall and her husband feel proud of the little family they've built together and are delighted at how far they've come in their love journey.