Savannah Guthrie has long-been a dedicated fan of the Philadelphia Eagles – and it is a dedication that she is happily passing on to her two young children Charley and Vale.
The 45-year-old Today show host, and her husband Michael Feldman, 49, proudly donned matching personalized Eagles jerseys on Sunday to watch the game alongside their young kids, three-year daughter Vale and ten-month-old son Charley – who also wore tiny versions of the NFL uniform with their names printed across the back.
Mother-of-two Savannah took to Instagram to share a picture of the family-of-four cheering on their team from their home in New York City, with both Savannah and Michael holding their hands up in victory after their team beat the 49ers.
Eagles Nation: Savannah Guthrie, 45, shared a photo yesterday of her and her family supporting the Philadelphia Eagles while wearing matching jerseys
Michael and Savannah – who have Feldman and Guthrie printed on their jerseys – are each seen holding a child in their arms in the image, which is taken from behind to show off their customized uniforms.
Fans of both the anchor and the team took notice of the photo and posted a series of comments admiring Savannah and her family.
One comment read: ‘A family that cheers together,’ while another said: ‘I follow two celebrities. You and Mariska Hargitay. You’re both real to me. Love your posts.’
And of course there were some posts that instead chose to focus on the football rather than the family such was the case with a comment that read: ‘Eagles nation! Fly Eagles Fly’ and ‘Oh I like you even more now knowing your an Eagles fan!’
Savannah’s love of the Eagles is something she has been very open about for years – and she has been eagerly sharing it with her kids since their birth, hilariously dressing young Vale in her team’s colors when the tot was just a few weeks old.
Indeed, whether it’s watching football or sharing other aspects of her life, the TV anchor loves spending time with her family so much so that her daughter has even already made several TV debuts.
Last year, the then-two-year-old was caught busting a move while she danced to the band Fitz and the Tantrums on the Today show as her mother looked on happily at the toddler.
Family time: Savannah loves spending time with her family and has even brought them to the Today Show set
All smiles: The 45-year-old host starts her work day by waking up at 3am
And last spring, the anchor’s son made his debut on the Today show when he was accompanied by his dad and older sister who all got to spend some quality time with her while she was working.
In July, the NBC morning show congratulated Savannah on her fifth anniversary as an anchor.
The network marked the occasion with a clip package highlighting Guthrie’s best moments over the years, with fellow hosts Matt Lauer, Hoda Kotb, Al Roker, Kathie Lee Gifford, Dylan Dreyer and Carson Daly all raving about their co-worker.
The dedicated mom and anchor does it all – from cheering on her team to spending time with her family – the career woman has always maintained an impressive schedule.
In an interview with Refinery29 Savannah revealed that her day starts at the pre-sunrise hour of 3am.
‘I do my homework that I have, the preparation I have for the show, in the morning,’ she told the publication, revealing that this is the time in which she writes most of her interview questions for the day.
Not camera shy: Last year, Vale was caught on the Today Show camera busting a move while she danced to the band Fitz and the Tantrums
Mommy duty: Savannah loves her schedule because it allows her to be a dedicated mom
At 5am she is picked up by a car at her home in downtown Manhattan and driven to the studio at 30 Rock, where she first hits the make-up chair and then attends a series of meetings.
‘At 6:30 we have to be on-set, doing teases, recording opens… Those have to be constantly updated for feeds, especially if you have a breaking news situation,’ she said.
In addition to tweaking scripts and doing other work behind the scenes, by 9am she will likely have already hosted various segments and spoken to a-list celebrities on air.
It may seem like a pain and a hassle but the mother of two claimed that it’s a dream as it allows her to be a dedicated mom.
‘If I had my way, I’d be posting pictures of my children 55 times a day because I’m in love with those kids,’ she said. ‘I don’t want to overshare. It’s a work in progress.’
But fans of the anchor definitely don’t mind the oversharing or her adorable kids and appreciate that the mother and anchor can maintain a rewarding career while still getting to spend time with her family.