NBC correspondents Jenna Wolfe and Stephanie Gosk made a big announcement on Wednesday: they’re expecting a baby.
Wolfe, a correspondent for the Today show, and Gosk, an NBC foreign correspondent, made their relationship public as Wolfe appeared on the network’s morning show to discuss her pregnancy with co-anchors Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie and Al Roker. “We’re expecting a baby girl in the end of August,” she said. “This is the adventure of a lifetime.”
Wolf also revealed the first of what will be a series of blogs on Today.com, in which she will document her “fears, funnies and follies” that accompany a first time pregnancy.
“My pregnancy is already taking me on a journey I could only imagine before. If you asked me a year ago what 'five months pregnant' looked and felt like, I'd probably have told you that it looked round and felt heavy -- a simple answer from someone who's clearly never hopped on this merry-go-round before,” she writes. “This baby doesn't care that I was in phenomenal shape before getting pregnant. She doesn't care that I had a near perfect diet. She made the first four months brutal for me … B-R-U-T-A-L. There were days when all I could eat were Saltine crackers, Apple Jacks dry cereal and plain pasta. Let's just say I have a newfound respect for any woman anywhere who tells me they've experienced morning sickness.”
For more of Wolfe’s pregnancy revelations, click here.