NBC newscaster Jenna Wolfe publicly acknowledged her gay partnership with foreign correspondent Stephanie Gosk for the first time as she appeared on the “Today” show on Wednesday morning (March 27, 2013). The happy pair, who have been together for three years, became the latest national news personalities to come out as a gay couple. Last year, MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts became the first anchorman to have a same-sex marriage. Meanwhile, ABC’s Sam Champion and CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon are also among the other news broadcasters who have come out recently. During the show, Jenna Wolfe also announced that she is expecting a baby girl with her girlfriend Stephanie Gosk. She is 5 months pregnant and due to give birth on August 27. “I have some big news, this is actually big for me,” the 39-year-old said on the show. “I’m actually pregnant. I'm quite pregnant, in fact. My girlfriend Stephanie Gosk, who works here also at NBC, we're expecting a baby girl at the end of August.” Jenna Wolfe and her partner Stephanie Gosk decided Wolfe would carry the child, underwent artificial insemination with an anonymous donor after realizing they wanted to "share our adventures with a wide-eyed little person."
Jenna Wolfe and her girlfriend Stephanie Gosk have been dating each other for three years. The happy couple are expecting their first child - a baby girl - in August 2013.
Jenna Wolfe’s girlfriend Stephanie Gosk is a foreign correspondent for NBC.
Stephanie Gosk started her journalism career as an off-air producer for ABC News after graduating from Georgetown University with an economics degree.
Jenna Wolfe said she and her partner are planning to tie the knot eventually, but for now the focus is on their baby.
The former reporter-anchor on “MSG SportsDesk” announced she’s pregnant on the “Today” show on March 27, 2013. She also explained that she would a diary-style blog about her pregnancy to give people an insight into what it's like to be a mum for the first time.
Jenna Wolfe began her journalism career as a news and sports reporter for Binghamton’s Fox affiliate, WICZ and then served as the sports anchor at WHUF in Rochester.