Since welcoming her daughter, Vale, last summer, Savannah Guthrie has happily voiced her challenges with getting fit after baby.
So it's no surprise the 'Today' co-host revealed in a new interview that nearly nine-months after giving birth, she's still working on getting her post-baby body back!
"I gained 42 pounds with Vale so I guess there was a lot to take off, but I think you have to give yourself time and I definitely wasn't one of those people that just bounces back overnight, I just don’t have those genes," the 'Today' co-host, 43, said.
Savannah at nine-months pregnant (left) and in April (right). (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The star — who welcomed baby Vale last August with husband Mike Feldman, 46 — also admitted she's been working to shed the excess post-pregnancy pounds by merely making healthier diet choices.
"There's always pressure no matter what job you’re in or what you do for a living to look a certain way, but I feel pretty thankful I haven’t been too caught up in that. I try to eat right, I haven’t really exercised much at all, but I plan to change that," she said.
Savannah with Vale in February 2015. (Photo Credit: Instagram)
As for more babies in the future? Savannah admitted she and her political and communications consultant husband "would absolutely" love to one day give Vale a little brother or sister.
"I don’t know if that’s on the cards for us, but we've had such an amazing experience with Vale [that] I’d be thrilled if we had another baby," she told 'Daily Mail Australia.'