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Currently, Kotb is taking some time off from her post at after adopting baby Hope in April.The talk show host appears to be having a great extended vacation and her most recent post on Instagram has her followers super excited about what she had to share.The series was created by Pat Weaver (father of actress Sigourney) and was first hosted by Dave Garroway.It’s not every day that Hoda Kotb shares a photo of her boyfriend, Joel Schiffman, so when she does social media goes wild.She looks casual in a jean jacket with a pink patterned shirt underneath, wearing her hair pulled back in a ponytail.
The two are not married but they are raising Kotb’s two adopted daughters, Haley Joy and Hope Katherine, together.When you're in your thirties, there should be something more on your mind, your attention, than video games." Kotb added to the discussion by referring to gamers as, “those weird ones in the basement." The three hosts then we are playing them with our children, before joining hands and (seriously) singing "Kumbaya" in a manner far more "weird" than anything they were talking about.Nice to see that these people have attitudes that match their faces ..."I knew that was coming I just didn't know when it was gonna happen."Gifford also celebrated the happy news on Twitter, retweeting a fan's message that celebrated Kotb's second child, who joins 2-year-old Haley Joy."Hope Catherine...a beautiful name! So your time may be when you are in your 30s or in your 40s or your 50s, but your child is right on time."Watch the video below for more on Kotb's family. Congratulations Hoda, Joel and Haley on your new addition! @Hoda And Jennapic.twitter.com/V1A4Xs FMul— Reneé Larson (@iamreneejai) April 16, 2019family made sure she felt all the love following her happy announcement."HOPE IS HERE! "But anyway, in that moment I was like, my God, my heart just grew! "We like the idea of Haley [having] a sibling because she has had such interesting circumstances to grow up [in], so it would be nice to share it with somebody."She also revealed that she made the decision to start growing her family in her 50s because "I always had this thing inside me, like a voice that I couldn't quiet.""It was a voice that [told me I] wanted to be a mom, but I thought it was too late," she admitted.
But the kick of self-satirizing attempts to mock pampered, self-absorbed media types – such as Deutsch picking up his kids with a driver – feels about as dated as those “Where’s the beef? (Speaking of ads, Deutsch’s willingness to stop the show dead in its tracks to deliver them doesn’t help matters either, proving more confusing than cheeky.) Frankly, if Deutsch wasn’t at the center of the whole exercise, the show (which is being paired with “Chrisley Knows Best”) would probably have been built around his producer, who has to tell him that he can’t keep returning to lesbians as a topic, shamelessly flirt with guests or pretend to have cancer just to goose his ratings.