Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb are two peas in a pod.
The co-hosts, who are currently gearing up to host the 96th Thanksgiving Parade this year, have much to be thankful for – including each other.
Speaking to Hello! Magazine, the television personalities opened up about their relationship dynamic on and off the air.
“We feel grateful for this partnership and getting to come and do a job that is literally fun and to get to do it with a good friend who you trust so much and to just hold hands and get to do this together every morning - I never get over that,” Savannah gushed.
Meanwhile, Hoda dished on the credibility of her slogan to get through life as she hopes to go only one way from here – forward!
“In life, I live by this mantra - 'It gets greater, later,' - and all the best things in my life have happened since I turned 50. I am working with Savannah which is a job that you can only dream of having,” she told the outlet, adding that the people in her life make her believe that “magic still happens.”
“It really does get greater later. It gets better and I'm grateful for that,” she gushed.