Al Roker is rejoicing in his release from the hospital after his most recent stay there due to his continuing health problems.
On Thursday, the weather anchor for the Today program, who is 68 years old, informed his followers on Instagram that he had returned home.
He shared a picture of himself in the kitchen of the home he shares with his family, as well as a picture of his wife Deborah Roberts, 62, giving him a hug, and a picture of the two of them smiling with their daughter Leila, 24.
Roker captioned the touching celebration with the following heartfelt message: “Home! So tremendously thankful to family, friends, medical personnel, @todayshow family, and all of you who were thinking and praying for me.”
In the area for reader comments, he got a lot of positive feedback.
Roker was sent back to the hospital in an emergency only one day after he was released from the facility on Thanksgiving.
According to the first report, Roker, who has been recuperating from blood clots in his leg and lungs, was transported back to the hospital in an ambulance, “His health was concerning, but once back in the hospital, he recovered.”
According to a source, Al “had to go to the hospital in an ambulance and [Roker’s wife Deborah Roberts] was locked out of her vehicle and couldn’t get inside it. The car malfunctioned. She couldn’t grab her phone or any of her possessions,”
Roker was first admitted to the hospital at the beginning of this past month. On November 18, he revealed on Instagram that he has been having medical treatment for blood clots.