“Get that frog away from me!”
“Making sure that Vale grows up knowing about God and Jesus and faith is, I think, one of my most important responsibilities.”
Savannah Guthrie (born in Melbourne, Australia on Dec. 27, 1971) is an attorney and journalist. She was an undergraduate at the University of Arizona, and attended Georgetown University of Law Center to receive her Juris Doctor. She covered high-profile legal events, such as the trial of Carlie Brucia, the Martha Stewart case, and the Michael Jackson trial. In 2008, Savannah became the White House correspondent for NBC News. In 2012, it was announced that she would replace Ann Curry as a Today show anchor. She has been with the show since July 2012.
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Her position as the White House correspondent for NBC News and replacing Ann Curry as a Today show anchor.
Savannah is married to BBC News presenter, Mark Orchard. They live together in the SoHo neighborhood of Lower Manhattan and have one daughter together, Vale Guthrie Feldman,who was born on August 13, 2014. On June 7, 2016, she announced that she was pregnant with her second child on live tv.