Hoda Kotb is not only a mom to two daughters but also one of the most beloved TV anchors in history. She is best known for her role as co-anchor of NBC’s Today Show with Savannah Guthrie and Kathie Lee Gifford, plus she has written nine books. Her latest book will be titled Hoda: How I Survived War Zones, Bad Hair, Cancer, and Kathie Lee (coming out on May 21). In honor of Mother’s Day this Sunday, we’re taking a look back at some photos from Hoda’s social media accounts that prove she’s the coolest mom around.
Hoda Kotb is celebrating the holidays in style. The NBC News Today co-host, who made history when she became the first woman to be named PEOPLE’s Sexiest Man Alive on Wednesday, December 11, wore matching pajamas with her daughter Haley Joy for a special Christmas photo shoot.
“I’m so happy that I matched my mommy,” Haley said. “She looks great.”
Kotb also shared a photo of herself from inside their home as she stood next to her daughter and husband Joel Schiffman on Instagram.”Matching PJs for Christmas! We did it! @joelschiffman @haleyjoykotb @peoplestyle,” she wrote alongside the sweet snapshot of their family night out in casual clothes but with festive holiday socks on each foot.
Hoda Kotb Flaunts Her Kids Wearing Same Attire
The TODAY anchor is loving life this Christmas morning, as she posted an adorable photo of her daughters Hope Catherine and Haley Joy Kotb wearing matching pajamas.
Kotb captioned the post “We were just too cute not to share…” and explained that they were all wearing onesies with a red santa hat on them. The TV personality’s girls are clearly fans of matching clothes—they also wore matching sweaters when going out to meet Santa earlier this month.
Hoda Kotb recently shared an adorable photo of herself with her two daughters, Haley Joy and Hope Catherine.
The television personality posted on Instagram a photo of her daughters wearing matching pajamas with their names on them. They were hugging each other as they stood in front of a Christmas tree.
Kotb captioned the post: “My girls.”