Each morning, millions of people love watching Savannah Guthrie on the Today show, and now that her co-anchor, Matt Lauer, was abruptly fired following sexual harassment allegations, fans want to know more about Savannah's life off-camera!

Lucky for you, we're rounding up lots of info about Savannah's husband, kids, and career. Scroll down to see!

Is Savannah Guthrie married?

Yes! Savannah is married to Mike Feldman, who works as a public relations and communications consultant. The couple began dating in 2009 and Mike later proposed in May 2013 while the two were vacationing in Turks and Caicos.

Savannah and Mike tied the knot in March 2014 in Tucson, AZ. Just two days later, the TV star announced she was four months pregnant with their first child!

Savannah's marriage to Mike is her second — she was previously hitched to BBC News presenter Mark Orchard from 2005 until 2009.

Does Savannah Guthrie have any kids?

Yes, the Today star is a mom-of-two. Savannah gave birth to her first child, daughter Vale Guthrie Feldman, in August 2014. She and Mike welcomed baby No. 2, son Charles "Charley" Max Feldman, in December 2016. His first birthday is right around the corner!

Is Savannah Guthrie pregnant?

Not that we know of! The TV star has not announced anything, but now that Charley is almost one year old, maybe she's considering baby No. 3! However, she recently revealed she thinks she's done having kids. "I am so happy with my two little ones. I think that’s a wrap for me!" she said.

When did Savannah Guthrie join the Today show?

After appearing as a substitute host for both Ann Curry and Meredith Vieira several times on Today, it was announced that Savannah was officially joining the program full-time in May 2011. One year later in June 2012, Savannah became the show's new co-anchor following Ann's exit. Her first day as co-anchor alongside Matt was on July 9, 2012.

What was Savannah Guthrie's career before Today?

Savannah received her undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of Arizona and started working as a reporter at local TV stations for a few years after. She later went back to school and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2002.

After earning her law degree, Savannah became a national trial correspondent for CourtTV — now known as truTV — in 2004 where she covered high-profile stories including Martha Stewart's case and Michael Jackson's trial.

In 2007, Savannah became a correspondent for NBC News. She was subsequently named the network's White House correspondent and became a substitute anchor on NBC Nightly News. Four years later, she joined Today — and the rest is history!