AL Roker shared a photo of himself smiling and telling fans “living is good” after he worried about his health.
The Today host posted a photo of himself walking the streets of New York while outing with his wife, Deborah Roberts.
Al, 68, smiles broadly at the camera and captions the photo. “It’s good to be alive. Period.”
Deborah commented on her husband’s post saying, “It’s good to be happy in life and shine.”
Fans also share their love for the TV star in the comments section.
One Instagram user said: “And I know your family in particular. And of course your loyal audience agrees!
“You are a national treasure,” they said, “and you look very clever as well!”
Another fan wrote, “Never mind! outstanding in every way”
The Roker family had a great time. Together since Al recovered from two consecutive hospital stays during the holiday season.
Al was first hospitalized in November after suffering blood clots in his legs and lungs.
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Fortunately, Roker recovered in time for Thanksgiving dinner.
However, the next day, Roker was rushed back to the hospital.
On Dec. 8, Roker shared that he left the hospital on Instagram with a picture of himself, Deborah and their youngest daughter, Leila.
He wrote: “Go home! Thank you family, friends, healthcare professionals, the @todayshow family and all your thoughts and prayers.”
date with deborah
Deborah also used Instagram to document her date with Al as they visited the Whitney Museum of American Art in the Meatpacking District.
The first is of her and Al next to the painting, followed by other artwork. that both of them saw during their travels
Deborah also posted a happy photo of Al walking down the street. and a few more pictures of the food they ate and the shops they visited on their trip.
She captioned the collage, “Saturday out on the town. There’s so much to do.”
Fans poured in to see the happy couple. With one person saying, “NYC is so much fun! You are lucky to bask in the atmosphere of the city every day. Have fun.”
“Art, food, shopping, companies…great day!” another wrote.