Savannah Guthrie's Easter was made all the more special after she captured a heartwarming moment which she shared on Instagram.
The mom-of-two delighted in posting a photo of her daughter, Vale, and son, Charles, who were sweetly hugging one another in a rare tender embrace.
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Taking to her stories, Savannah posted the snapshot of her children beaming for the camera, with Vale's face sporting some seasonal facepaint.
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She captioned it: "This hug lasted exactly one millisecond," before adding: "#EASTERMIRACLES," proving she struggles with the same parenting issues as everyone else.
Just ahead of the holidays, Savannah celebrated something very exciting in her career as she was inducted into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame.
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Savannah took the opportunity to speak at the event and made a very surprising confession about her work as a celebrated TV star.
Savannah captured the miracle moment
She revealed that she lost her first local television news job at the age of 21 after only ten days.
"It was in Butte, Montana," the Today star said. "It was humble but I was darn lucky to get that job. The mom-of-two added that she had "spent every dime I had moving up there".
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Savannah continued. "I enthusiastically started my job in this tiny station with a newsroom staff of four, including me. Right away I was shooting, and reporting, and editing.
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"I was doing it, I was Butte, Montana's Diane Sawyer for ten days. That is when management called the meeting and closed the station. My TV career was over, and it hadn't even lasted two weeks."
She added: "If you had told that girl, lying on her bed and crying, humiliated and kind of too broke to even get home, that one day she'll be here, in this company, receiving this honor, all the old rusty mining equipment in Butte, Montana could not have lifted her jaw off the floor."
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