She’s back! “TODAY” welcomed Savannah Guthrie back to work early after her second maternity leave

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 30: Co-Anchor of “Today” and NBC News Chief Legal Correspondent NBC News Savannah Guthrie speaks onstage at the Road to the 2016 Election: A Campaign Preview panel during Advertising Week 2015 AWXII at the Times Center Stage on September 30, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by D Dipasupil/Getty Images for AWXII)

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Welcome back, Savannah Guthrie!

The new mom of two made her return to “TODAY” after welcoming her second child, Charley, nearly three months ago.

Guthrie received a warm welcome from her TV family upon her return and beamed as she thanked everyone of their support.

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Poking fun at last night’s major Oscar’s flub, her co-anchors welcomed her back by having her open an envelope during the show.

“I’d like to thank the Academy, Hoda, Tamron…” she said, referencing Hoda Kotb’s recently leave and Tamron Hall’s exit from the show.

Before heading back to work, Guthrie shared a sweet note she wrote to her kids before leaving the house.

The note read: “Dear Vale and Charley, I will see you home for lunch. Love, Mommy.”

“Missing my babies already. But excited to see everybody this morning on @TODAYshow,” she wrote alongside the photo.

Guthrie was set to return from maternity leave on March 3, but “Sunday TODAY” anchor Willie Geist spilled the beans that she would return early.

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“We cannot wait to see our good friend Savannah right back in this studio tomorrow,” he said of her early return.

Following the announcement, Guthrie took to Instagram to share the news.

“Because I literally can’t wait!!” she wrote on Instagram.

Welcome back, Savannah!

(H/T: PEOPLE)

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