Savannah Guthrie just broke some rather personal news:
She's a mother once again!
The Today Show anchor and husband Michael Feldman announced this morning that they welcomed a bay boy into the world early on Thursday.
His name is Charles Max Feldman. He weighed in at 9 lbs. 8 oz., he measured 21.5 inches... and he's a total cutie patootie!
“We are so grateful. Blessings overflow. Along with tears of joy,” Guthrie Tweeted on Friday along with a multitude of photos showing the new parents, little “Charley” and even Matt Lauer holding the precious little tyke.
The excited reporter, who announced that she was expecting in June, has even updated her Twitter profile already. It now reads:
“Grateful mom to Vale and Charley,” referring both to her brand new addition and the couple’s two-year-old daughter.
And, just like two-plus years ago when she gave birth to her daughter, Guthrie opened her hospital room up to her famous co-workers for some cuddling and cooing.
Lauer announced on air today that “Mama and Dad are doing great,” noting that he has already paid the “cute little boy” a visit, as you can see below:
Today co-host Tamron Hall also shared a photo of the parents with adorable Charley, writing, “And here he is…”
Dylan Dreyer - the program’s meteorologist, who is pregnant with her first little one - chimed in with the following Tweet:
"So beyond happy for my pregnancy buddy @SavannahGuthrie & her family!! Radiant as ever welcoming their beautiful baby boy!! I want one!!!"
Guthrie confirmed her pregnancy on air in June, telling viewers at the time that she could no longer cover the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro due to the widespread impact of the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
Then, in September, the anchor let it slip on air that her second child would be a boy.
Despite her very pregnant state, Guthrie sat for a full Election Day of coverage on November 8, while making it clear to Fit Pregnancy and Baby that she would NOT be having a natural birth.
“Oh, 100 percent,” she replied when asked whether she’d be going for the epidural in labor.
“Is there anything about me that suggests I have the internal fortitude to withstand birth without a little bit of help? But my hat’s off to women who do.”
We send our best wishes to Guthrie, all of her family members and the following celebrities who welcomed life into the world in 2016.