Savannah Guthrie/Instagram. Inset: Nathan Congleton/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty
On Sunday, the Today co-host, 49, shared a photo to Instagram sharing that her 6½-year-old daughter organized her many hair accessories by color and sorted them into individual piles which included headbands, scrunchies and bows, ranging in color from gold to rainbow.
The Home Edit, a celebrity-favorite home organizing company co-founded by Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, later replied to the photo, "SHE'S HIRED ⭐️⭐️⭐️."
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Several other celebrities praised Vale for her impressive skills in the comments of the photo. "This is hilarious and inspiring," Lindsay Czarniak.
NBC's Kristen Welker added, "This is impressive!"
Earlier this month, Guthrie celebrated Mother's Day with a sweet post on Instagram about how "grateful" she is for her family.
The journalist shared a loving gallery dedicated to her two kids, captioning the various shots, "every day with these wild little babes is a gift from heaven - eternally grateful to be their mom."
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Guthrie also honored her own mom, Nancy, sharing a series of sweet photos on Instagram and writing, "isn't she lovely? happy Mother's Day to the best of them."
Guthrie and Feldman, who recently celebrated seven years of marriage, told Reveal with Drew and Jonathan Scott last October about how they tag-team responsibilities around both their schedules when parenting their kids during the pandemic.
"Mike is chief technology officer and chief grilling officer. He sets the alarm and gets up early every day to help me get ready for the Today show," Guthrie said at the time. "And he sets up the kids for Zoom school. Then, about mid-morning, it's my turn to take over for a little while so he can do his actual job, as founder of a strategic consulting company."
Feldman explained that Guthrie's morning TV duty works for their schedules. "A fair amount of Savannah's workday is while the kids are still sleeping," he said. "And that's good on one hand, but then she has to roll right into Mommy-mode, still fully made up, while I disappear for conference calls."