NBC "Today" show co-host Savannah Guthrie and longtime fiancée Michael Feldman were quietly married this weekend and announced that the TV journalist is four months pregnant.
The marriage in Tucson, Ariz., was known to her NBC family, including co-hosts Matt Lauer, Al Roker, Hoda Kotb and Willie Geist, who all attended the ceremony, according to People magazine. The pregnancy announcement made by Guthrie and Feldman, which even came with NBC News "Special Report" News theme music, caught virtually everyone at the wedding by surprise.
"I feel like the least that we could do is break some news," Guthrie, 42, told her wedding audience in a video of the reception that aired on "Today" on Monday. "I, or we, are four months pregnant."
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The announcement brought cheers from those attending the wedding and the studio co-hosts.
"We are so excited and overjoyed and feel so blessed," Guthrie said on "Today." "It was funny because we set the wedding date, bought my dress and then I found out (about the pregnancy). So, I've been praying that I would fit in it and it all worked out."
Guthrie said she was happy to make the announcement because didn't think she could hide it much longer, noting that a couple of viewers on Twitter had already picked up on her looking pregnant.
Guthrie shared one photo of her wedding Monday on Twitter.
Guthrie dated Feldman, 45, a Washington, D.C. communication strategist who used to work in the Clinton White House, for four years before the couple got engaged in May, 2013, reported People. One of Feldman's friends, rocker Jon Bon Jovi and his wife, also attended the wedding, People said.
Guthrie told "Today" that the child is due this summer. People wrote that the couple plans to take a delayed honeymoon in April.
Guthrie, who also serves at NBC News' chief legal correspondent, joined "Today" as co-host of the third hour and legal correspondent in June 2011. Before that, Guthrie was NBC News White House correspondent from December 2008 to June 2011.
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