Baby boy joy: Tamron Hall, 48, welcomes her first child, Moses, with her & # 39; secret husband & # 39 ;, just months before she is ready to return to day TV
- Tamron Hall, 48, shared a photo of her son Moses on Twitter after the birth of early Thursday
- This is her first child, and the father is supposed to be her husband Steven Greener, a music manager whom she married in a secret ceremony last year
Tamron Hall is a mother for the first time at 48.
The former Today presenter, who is set to premiere her new day show at ABC later this year, welcomed a baby boy Moses early Thursday.
Hall posted a photo of herself and her son on Twitter and wrote: & # 39; Moses & Mama. Thanks yall for the love and support. I can't wait to introduce you to my "sonshine". Thankful for the kindness you gave us along the way.
The father of Moses is believed to be the husband of Hall, music director Steven Greener, who secretly married them last year.
Mother and child: Tamron Hall, 48, revealed on Thursday morning that she had given birth to a boy named Moses, sharing a photo of herself with the newborn baby
It is now more than two years since Hall was last seen on television during the day, where she hosted the already rising third hour of today with Al Roker.
Hall and Al Roker were comfortably in first place and delivered solid scores for Today when the decision was made to turn them off and Megyn Kelly as the first of the third hour.
That step came just when Hall's contract came out and she finally decided not to step down from NBC News and walked away instead.
It was a shocking departure for the woman who had been one of the hardest working personalities on the network for a long time and on some days filled in both Savannah Guthrie on Today and Lester Holt on NBC Nightly News and also anchored today's third hour.
One day in December 2016, she filled in for both Guthrie and Holt, while also completing MSNBC Live and performing her third-hour duties.
She also organized Deadline: Crime on Investigation Discovery and Dateline Extra on MSNBC, and lent her on-air talents to NBC & # 39; s coverage of the Westminster Dog Show.
Roker anchored the third hour with Sheinelle Jones and Dylan Dryer in the wake of Hall's departure, which also turned out to be a winning combination.
However, unlike Hall, the meteorologist already had a steady performance on Today when he heard the news about the arrival of Kelly, who appeared in the first two hours of the program
The third hour had surpassed its time slot for seven consecutive weeks when the news was handed to Hall and Roker that Kelly would take over for them and earn much more money.
Shortly after Kelly signed a $ 69 million three-year contract, DailyMail.com revealed nearly 20 times what her predecessor Hall had paid and Hall and Roker's double salary.
This major investment resulted in a show with record low numbers for the network and a host that eventually got the boat after its defense of black face.