Ahead of the premiere of her talk show, Tamron Hall has decided to open up and share some very personal details about her with her husband, Steven Greener, and adorable baby Moses.
Earlier this year, the former host of the TODAY show dropped one bombshell after another by revealing she is both married and pregnant.
Tamron, who recently welcomed a baby boy named Moses via IVF, is doing lots of sharing on social and in a new interview with PEOPLE magazine.
She said this about her husband: “Steven was my first and only boyfriend who did not have to turn on the TV to see me, and I think that’s been important. I’ve known him for many years. We would run into each other, and he’s shy, so I wasn’t clear that he was hitting on me exactly. I thought he was just being friendly.”
The Texan reporter went on to explain why she kept her marriage private: “I always thought, ‘One day I’ll get married, and I don’t want my husband to have to look at old episodes of me gushing over the last guy.’ So I’ve always been very cautious. I think today, people mistake privacy for secrecy. People say he’s my ‘, secret husband.’ But we were going everywhere together; it was just a private thing I needed to protect. With Steven, it is great to have this guy who is rooting me on, and he was the first person I’ve ever dated when I haven’t been on television.”
Steven took the opportunity to gush over his wife: “I’m constantly amazed by how lucky I am. Tamron is one of the most authentic, loving, honest, caring people I’ve ever known. My favorite part of marriage and fatherhood so far is realizing every day I am exactly where I was always meant to be—with my family. I am at home.”
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Shaking things up. Thank you Chicago for a wonderful night back @joesimports!! Tomorrow hanging with my @wciutheu @cw26chicago @tamronhallshow family. I moved to Chicago when I was 27 years old. Now I’m 48 and embracing every moment. Gratitude. Now where is #chancethesnapper lol
The couple said they are raising Moses in a multicultural home which implies he took part in a traditional Jewish ceremony of circumcision and will be christened.
Tamron stated: “He’s Jewish, so we had a bris here at the house. My mom nearly passed out. We had both grandparents on each side there, and he’s going to Texas to have a Christening or a Confirmation at my mom’s Southern Baptist church. We’ve just combined our life experience, and we want to teach him tradition.”
Tamron is doing things her own special way.