Hoda Kotb’s daughter recovering after health scare, ready to return to life: Savannah Guthrie

Hoda Kotb’s daughter, Hope, is “much better” and Kotb is “ready to get back to life” after her recent health scare, according to co-anchor Savannah Guthrie. The three-year-old spent several days in the intensive care unit before being transferred to a regular hospital bed. Jenna Bush Hager, who co-hosts an hour of the “Today” show with Kotb, also spoke about her admiration for the journalist’s strength in the face of the health scare.

Hoda Kotb’s daughter is “much better” after being rushed to the ICU and Kotb is ready to “get back to life” according to her “Today” show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie.

Good news for fans of NBC’s “Today” show: co-anchor Hoda Kotb’s daughter Hope is “doing much better” after being rushed to the intensive care unit last month due to an unknown health issue. Kotb, who had been absent from the show during her daughter’s hospitalization, returned to her seat on Monday and received an outpouring of support from fans and colleagues alike.

Savannah Guthrie, Kotb’s co-anchor, recently spoke with Page Six and shared that Kotb is now ready “to get back to life” after the harrowing ordeal. Guthrie praised Kotb’s strength and bravery, pointing out that the 58-year-old journalist never left her daughter’s side during her hospital stay. However, it’s still unclear what exactly was wrong with Hope, who is only three years old.

According to the Page Six report, Guthrie shared these details at a party to celebrate the fourth anniversary of Jenna Bush Hager’s book club, which has become a popular feature on the “Today” show. Bush Hager, who co-hosts an hour of the morning news program with Kotb, also expressed her admiration for her colleague’s resilience and courage.

In addition to discussing Kotb’s situation, the partygoers at McNally Jackson’s Rockefeller Center store reflected on the fragility of life and the importance of finding common ground with others. Despite their political differences, viewers of all stripes have come together over the past four years to enjoy the same books and support new and emerging authors thanks to Bush Hager’s book club.

Overall, it’s heartening to hear that Hope is on the mend and that Kotb is eager to return to her work and her life. We wish her and her family all the best as they navigate this difficult situation.

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