Savannah Guthrie 'So Proud' As Son Charley Graduates Preschool
Savannah Guthrie celebrated the end of the school year with some sweet Instagram photos
Savannah Guthrie has a lot to celebrate this week!
Guthrie posted photos that showed Charley in his graduation cap and gown. In one picture, he held up a sign that read, "Woo hoo." The journalist also posed with a huge smile on her face as she bent down to hug the young graduate.
"One little preschool graduate," her caption said in part.
Guthrie also shared photos of a smiling Vale in her classroom.
"And one little second grader to be!" Guthrie said of her daughter.
The mom-of-two added, "So proud!!"
Guthrie's celebration of the end of her children's school year comes just a day after they and her husband Michael Feldman surprised her during Monday's broadcast of Today in honor of her 10-year anniversary on the morning show.
"We actually have a little bit of cake, so we're gonna have some special people bring it out," said Hoda Kotb, as Charley and Vale ran to Guthrie, who instantly lit up and hugged both of them before settling Charley onto her lap.
"Now all my dreams came true," she said, adding to her co-hosts, "Now my whole family is here."
Guthrie added, "This is a real blessing."
Guthrie and Feldman opened up to Reveal with Drew and Jonathan Scott in October about parenting during the pandemic, with the couple explaining how they tag-team responsibilities around both their schedules.
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"Mike is chief technology officer and chief grilling officer. He sets the alarm and gets up early every day to help me get ready for the Today show," Guthrie said at the time. "And he sets up the kids for Zoom school. Then, about mid-morning, it's my turn to take over for a little while so he can do his actual job, as founder of a strategic consulting company."
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Feldman explained that his wife's early-morning TV duties works for their routine because she's on-air while the kids are sleeping and "then she has to roll right into Mommy-mode, still fully made up, while I disappear for conference calls."