Savannah Guthrie is currently still at home recovering from her COVID diagnosis and shared glimpses of life while doing so.
The Today Show host posted pictures of herself playing in the snow with her kids Vale, seven, and Charley, five.
In the shots, the two enjoyed themselves while collecting as much snow as they could to build giant snowballs that eventually found their way to their mother.
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Savannah ended with a shot of herself with snow in her hair and hat as she grimaced at the camera, revealing she was hit with one of them.
In the caption, she wrote: "That look of joy they get right before they snowball you in the face," and many of her fans were concerned, asking her to be careful.
"Please no more eye injuries," one fan commented, with another saying: "Savannah's kids are growing up fast. Yes. Be careful. Not on the face. No more injuries. Nothing rough. Enjoy," and a third also adding: "Watch your eyes!"
Savannah's snow day with her kids had fans worrying about injuries
Many fawned over how adorable the family looked in the shots, with several sending snowflake and flame emojis and one saying: "V and Char are literally the cutest kids," and another adding: "Why do your sweet babies look so big??"
While the Today star was slated to return to work last week, she has still been spending time at home recovering with support from her family.
Taking to Instagram, the mom-of-two shared a candid selfie of herself in her living room recently while isolating, dressed in a pink hoodie with the word "I'm Cold" emblazoned across it.
The TV star wrote alongside it: "One wrinkle makes all the difference. Cold. Old," and fans were quick to remark on the post, with many wishing Savannah a speedy recovery.
The TV host shared an isolation selfie at home in New York
"Feel better! We are home with it too, and it's a rough go. Covid sucks. Love the sweatshirt," while another wrote: "Feel better soon, can't wait to have you back on air in person." A third added: "Feel better soon Savannah. We miss you and love you."
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