It’s a Boy! Savannah Guthrie (Finally) Reveals Sex of Her Second Child

09/26/2016 at 09:00 AM ET

Savannah Guthrie pregnant expecting second child

It’s a boy for Savannah Guthrie and Michael Feldman.

After weeks of teasing, the Today show anchor made good on her promise to reveal the sex of her second child — telling the world that she’s expecting a baby boy!

“We’re beyond blessed to get to have a baby,” she said on the air. “And to get to have a boy and a girl.”

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The 44-year-old used milkshakes to break the news, will Matt Lauer asking her to choose between a pink shake and a blue — Guthrie grabbed them both.

Savannah Guthrie expecting boy

Guthrie then looked out a nearby window — asking “what’s that” — and pointed to a banner flying in the sky with the words “It’s a boy.”

The anchor, who sported a blue dress, said her husband is excited to welcome another male into the family.

“He actually talks to the baby. He’s like, ‘Let me talk to my son!’ He’s like, ‘Attention, son!'” she laughed.

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Guthrie revealed in June that she and Feldman are expecting baby number two.

As for her 2-year-old daughter, Vale, Guthrie says the toddler can’t wait to meet her “baby brudder.”

— Char Adams

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Kar on

Just wait til the baby is born to find out whether it’s a boy or girl.

Queen of Putrescence on

Kar, I agree. Just wait until the baby is born. One of the biggest surprises in life. That’s what we did with both of our children. Plus I know too many people that were told the wrong sex after the sonogram.

Annon on

People over 35 (or anyone that elects to) have genetic blood tests and that can tell gender. People don’t have to rely on unltrasounds anymore for gender.

lalalala on

1) “Finally”? Were people DYING to know the sex of her child?
2) She needs lip fillers.

Dawn on

I gave birth to our baby GIRL just over two weeks ago and we decided to wait to find out the sex. It was like Christmas Eve for 9 months, especially since I’m over 40 and had ultrasounds every week the last 8 weeks of the pregnancy. Too few greatest surprises left in our life and waiting for that moment when the midwife placed our child on my chest and said, “take a look at your baby girl” was the greatest moment ever! To each their own, but it didn’t keep us from decorating the nursery or buying clothes or preparing. Of course, I was on Amazon ordering pink, girlie things from my postpartum room the next day haha

anon on

It’s so great that we live in a society where people can find out the sex of their baby (or choose NOT to find out) without anyone judging them!