SAVANNAH Guthrie has long been a staple on NBC’s The TODAY Show.
And recently, she celebrated her anniversary on the long-running morning show.
Ten years with Today
How long has Savannah Guthrie been on the TODAY show?
On June 7, 2021, Savannah Guthrie celebrated 10 years on The TODAY Show.
She first joined the show as an anchor on TODAY’s third hour in 2011.
In 2012, she became the co-anchor of the flagship TODAY Show.
Prior to her TODAY gig, Guthrie was a White House correspondent and chief legal correspondent for NBC News.
Former White House correspondentCredit: Getty
She celebrated her ten-year anniversary with a smile and good memories.
“I can’t believe it’s been 10 years!” she said.
“I feel so much gratitude.”
Who is Savannah Guthrie?
Born in Melbourne, Australia, Savannah Guthrie moved to Arizona with her family at a young age.
A native of AustraliaCredit: NBC
She’s a graduate of the University of Arizona, and received a Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University.
In fact, Guthrie is a licensed lawyer and scored first place on the Arizona bar exam.
She is also a licensed lawyer in Washington, DC.
She’s a former associate of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, where she specialized in white collar criminal defense.
A former lawyerCredit: AP
Before heading over to NBC, Guthrie worked as a correspondent for CourtTV.
In 2005, Guthrie married Mark Orchard, a journalist for the BBC.
The couple divorced in 2009.
With her second husband, Michael FeldmanCredit: Getty
That same year, while vacationing in Turks & Caicos, she began a relationship with Democratic political and communications consultant Michael Feldman.
The couple were married in 2014.
Two days after they were married, Guthrie announced she was four months pregnant with their daughter, Vale, who was born later in 2014.
In 2016, Guthrie gave birth to the couple’s son, Charles Max Feldman.