Tamron Hall's Former TODAY Show Co-Host, Al Roker, Is In Love With Baby Moses' Latest Photo -- See The Sweet Message That Has Fans Smiling

Tamron Hall's Former TODAY Show Co-Host, Al Roker, Is In Love With Baby Moses' Latest Photo -- See The Sweet Message That Has Fans Smiling
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Baby Moses, the son of Tamron Hall, has many fans, and Al Roker is one of them.

Over the weekend, the new mother took to social media and she shared a sweet picture of her infant son waving at the camera as if he is saying hi or catching a cab in New York. The heartfelt photo was posted to wish Steven Greener a happy first Father's Day.

The former host of the TODAY show penned this sweet caption in honor of her husband: "Baby Moses giving “Hi” five to all the dads and all the men who are father figures in our lives. Moses And Papa. #happyfathersday to my “Hubs” on his First Father’s day. Missing you my dad MSG Clarence Newton."

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Al, who worked as Tamron's co-host on NBC, could not resist Moses's sweet smile and had this to say in the comment section: "What a little man."

Another follower added: "You sure! I thought he was hailing a taxi🤣 happy Father’s Day to your hubby ♥️That is one beautiful baby boy! And happy too! Can’t wait to meet you, Little Moses! Luv to ya, Mommy!"

This fan of Tamron wrote: "Hi, your eyes are beautiful Moses baby. Oh, my goodness!! This is perfection!! I want a snuggle!! The light of your eyes and your smile are wonderful. I wish every dad a happy father's day!🙌👶💕🙏"

This person had this to say: "{Wow! He is so cute! “Hi” five to Baby Moses, and #happyfathersday to your Hubs. Have a great day today all the three of you."

A fifth comment read: "Moses is so cute! I know you must be so in love. So cute that smile wow little guy can light up a room have bless day."

In a recent interview with PEOPLE magazine, Tamron had this to say about her sudden exit from the morning show: “When I left NBC, I said, ‘I look forward to the next chapter. People assumed that I meant work, and I did, but by the third month, I knew that my life had to be about something bigger than work.”

The reporter added: “My story is not one I could’ve ever expected. Two and a half years ago when I walked out of that NBC building, I was in a fog, not knowing that so many of us lose things we think are important, and we have no idea that something better is right there.I’m from the South, and there’s a saying: ‘It’s not a setback; it’s a setup for something else. That loss set me up for, yes, a dream job but also my baby, my husband, my family. I just couldn’t see it coming.”

Tamron has big things lined up for the upcoming months.

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