Hoda Kotb’s Heart ‘Aching A Little Bit’ As She Celebrates Daughter’s B-Day From Korea

By Radar Online
2018.02.14. 13:04
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Hoda Kotb‘s baby daughter turns one today – and her famous mama is off hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics! “It’s already Valentine’s Day in South Korea and I am missing my Valentine’s baby! We celebrated little Haley’s bday before I left,” Kotb, 53, wrote on a sweet Instagram video of her singing “Happy Birthday” to Read More...



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