“Today Show” Loses an Anchor on Weekends

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Today ShowDylan Dreyer, meteorologist and anchor of the Weekend Team, will be leaving. Morgan Radford, Peter Alexander and Peter Alexander announced this while covering the snowy New York City weather conditions. Dreyer’s final day on the weekend news. “It’s really bittersweet to step away. I want to say thank you to everyone at weekend Today who actually gave me a chance on the show,”Dreyer spoke. “I really don’t want to step away but I don’t think I can do six days a week anymore.” 

Dreyer will host the Wednesday hour of weekday episodes of However, TodayAl Roker, Craig Melvin and Sheinelle Jones. She explained that she decided to change careers in order to spend more quality time with her children. “could wake up at her own pace”Now, on Saturdays her children will keep her busy. “Even today as soon as I’m done here I’m probably going to make pancakes for the boys, so it’s all about family time,”Dreyer spoke. “These boys are my whole life.” 

Dreyer, along with Brian Fichera, gave birth six weeks earlier to Russell, her third child. Dreyer Announced her pregnancy in May during the morning talk show with the help of her 4-year-old son, Calvin. In a video, Dreyer and Calvin talk about the “bun in the oven” while making cinnamon rolls together. “I’m having a baby!”The toddler exclaimed while his mom held her baby bump.

Russell is the third boy for Dreyer and Fichera, who in addition to him and Calvin, are also parents to son Oliver, 1. Dreyer stated that her husband and she struggled to conceive their son because of secondary infertility. Dreyer spoke out about her struggles with secondary infertility. According to the Today show, about 10% of couples suffer from secondary infertility. This condition can make it difficult for couples to conceive after having had a previous pregnancy. Dreyer revealed for the first time that she had dealt with the condition shortly after Calvin was born. She had a miscarriage in 2019 and then gave birth to Oliver. They had been trying for six months to get their third child when they made the decision. “it wasn’t really happening.”She told them that they nearly gave up but, later, their doctor suggested that they not be so focused on it. “Sure enough, that’s what we did!”She made a joke.