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‘Today’ show co-anchor Hoda Kotb adopts baby girl

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In this Feb. 12, 2019, file photo, Hoda Kotb attends the 16th annual Woman’s Day Red Dress Awards, in support of women’s heart health, at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York. The “Today” show co-anchor’s family has grown. In a telephone call on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 the 54-year-old told her colleagues that she has adopted a second child. Hope Catherine joins 2-year-old sister Haley Joy.

NEW YORK — “Today” show co-anchor Hoda Kotb’s family has grown.

In a telephone call on Tuesday, the 54-year-old told her colleagues that she has adopted a second child. Hope Catherine joins 2-year-old sister Haley Joy.

Kotb adopted Haley Joy in 2017.

Kotb says Haley is marching around saying “I’m a big sister.” She says Haley wanted to feed Hope raspberries for breakfast.

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