Dylan Dreyer recently left her Weekend Today post so she could focus on family life but she couldn't resist a hosting gig which she couldn't be more excited for.
The mom-of-three shared her news on Instagram as she revealed her upcoming career venture.
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Alongside a clip of herself presenting, she wrote: "What a special treat to fill in for my friend @lesterholtnbc on @nightlykids this week.
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"We’re talking unmasking, text messages, girl power and more! Check out the link in my bio for the latest episode #nightlykids."
Her fans congratulated her on the hosting position and commented: "This is fantastic," and, "loved it," as others added: "Congratulations! I look forward to watching."
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In January, Dylan revealed she was leaving her weekend work for Today after nine years to spend more time with her husband and three children.
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In a heartfelt Instagram post, Dylan wrote: "Nearly 10 years ago, my life changed completely. I moved to NYC to begin the best job ever, got married, and had 3 boys."
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She continued: "Today I’m saying goodbye to my Weekend Today family since working 6 days a week with 3 kids 5 and under is next to impossible.
Dylan recently stepped away from her weekend work to be with her family
"I'm so grateful the weekend team took a chance on me all those years ago and gave me the opportunity of a lifetime."
Dylan then made reference to the sweet compilation that accompanied her message and wrote: "What a ride it's been (as seen here…thank you @vanwinklehannah for compiling a decade’s worth of memories)."
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