Savannah Guthrie Returns to the ‘Today’ Show Monday

Former anchors Katie Couric and Meredith Viera each returned to the show in Guthrie's absence

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Savannah Guthrie made her return to the "Today" show anchor seat Monday, returning from maternity leave.

Savannah shared precious family moments from her maternity leave on Monday's show, including home videos and photos of newborn Charley and big sister Vale in the hospital and out on the town. 

"It's been such a lovely and magical time," she said. 

A slew of guest hosts were brought in when Guthrie left in December, before giving birth to son Charley on Dec. 8. Charley is her second child with husband Mike Feldman.

Former anchors Katie Couric and Meredith Viera each spent a week next to Matt Lauer, and "NBC Nightly News" anchor Lester Holt was one of the many other guest hosts.

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Savannah tweeted her excitement to be back with the “Today” crew. She was initially set to return on Friday, March 3, but started what is looking to be busy week on Monday, beginning with former President George W. Bush on the show to discuss his new book.

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