Savannah Guthrie Gets Married, Announces She's 4 Months Pregnant

Suzy Byrne
Yahoo Celebrity
Savannah Guthrie Gets Married, Announces She's 4 Months Pregnant

Savannah Guthrie is breaking some big news.

The "Today" co-anchor announced Monday that not only did she secretly marry her political consultant beau Mike Feldman over the weekend, but they are expecting their first child.

The 42-year-old didn't take a honeymoon and was on her NBC morning show on Monday recapping her wedding, which took place near her hometown of Tucson, Arizona. Her colleagues Matt Lauer and Al Roker were among the wedding guests, and Lauer called her a "beautiful bride."

Roker shared this Twitter snapshot from the wedding, which was attended by between 80 and 90 guests, also including "Today's" Hoda Kotb and Willie Geist as well as Jon Bon Jovi and his wife, Dorthea.

On "Today," Guthrie showed footage from the desert wedding, including the highlight of the reception when an NBC breaking news announcement was played over the PA system and Guthrie, with Feldman by her side, announced that she is four months' pregnant. The baby news brought guests to their feet. They cheered wildly and clapped for the newlyweds.

"I did break a little bit of news," Guthrie said with a smile on "Today." "We are so excited and overjoyed and feel so blessed."

And relieved that she didn't have to alter her wedding plans — or dress! — too much after finding out she was expecting.

"It's funny because we set the wedding date — I bought my dress — and then we found out," she said. "So I was doing a little praying that I would fit in it, and it all worked out."

Guthrie, who wore Monique Lhuillier, added, "I'm so happy to tell the world because I can't suck in this gut anymore."

The newswoman first announced her engagement last May when she showed off her massive sparkler on the set of NBC morning show and told her colleagues that Feldman popped the question. The pair met in 2008 at Feldman's 40th birthday party.

And now they will become a party of three at the end of the summer.