“Today” co-anchor Carson Daly, 46, has another baby on the way!
On Friday, Daly announced on the show, “Siri Daly, my incredible wife, she is gearing up for a big spring, because that’s when she’s going to give birth to the fourth and newest member of the Daly family. That’s right, she’s pregnant. I love you!”
After hearing the happy news, his colleagues Hoda Kotb, Craig Melvin and Dylan Dreyer congratulated him. Along with revealing that Siri is 12 weeks along, Carson joked, “You should hug Siri, not me — I’ve done very little in this situation.”
Dreyer quipped, “I prefer to be pregnant when someone else on our team is pregnant, so this works out great.”
In a separate statement to Today.com, Carson and Siri said, “We couldn’t be happier to share the news that our family is growing by one this spring. We are continually amazed by God’s blessings in our lives. Our entire family is grateful and so excited!”
Siri also showed off her baby bump on Instagram, writing, “As a fan of even numbers, I’m thrilled to share with you that @carsondaly and I are expecting Baby #4! I’ve always dreamed of a big family and feel beyond thankful for this miraculous blessing. And a huge congrats to my 10 year-old son, who is totally going to raise this kid for me. Right? 😉Now if you’ll excuse me, my daily bagel is calling... 🤰🏼#bagelbelly.”
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As a fan of even numbers, I’m thrilled to share with you that @carsondaly and I are expecting Baby #4! I’ve always dreamed of a big family and feel beyond thankful for this miraculous blessing. And a huge congrats to my 10 year-old son, who is totally going to raise this kid for me. Right? 😉 Now if you’ll excuse me, my daily bagel is calling... 🤰🏼#bagelbelly
Carson and Siri, who tied the knot in 2005 after 10 years of dating, are also the parents of Jackson James, 10, Etta Jones, 7, and London Rose, 5.
Carson recently opened up about his love for his kids, telling Hoda, “That’s the greatest gift you can give your kids, but it’s scary. It’s a scary proposition, too. I find myself falling in love with my kids and I almost want to put a little bit of a guard there out of fear.”
He referenced his mom’s 2017 death, explaining, “My mom especially loved me so much. It was almost too much. And I know that now because when she died, the hurt was a transference of the love. It hurt so much because I’m so bummed that that love isn’t there anymore. And that’s a by-product of her love for me.”