JENNA Bush Hager has gushed over Savannah Guthrie’s return to Instagram following claims the TV pair "ice out" Hoda Kotb.
Today show anchor Guthrie shared a video of her daughter Vale following a segment on baby talk on the morning show on Monday.
Jenna replied to the post: "Baby vale is making me wanna cray. How has time gone soooo fast."
Savannah's co-host Hoda does not appear to have replied after The Sun revealed in June of an apparent feud between the two.
Until Monday Savannah has not posted to Instagram in eight days, last sharing a sunny snap with her family-of-three on July 16th.
She posted in swimsuits with Michael, her second husband, whom she married in 2014 – and their two tots.
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A source close to production on the Today Show exclusively told The Sun last month that despite their sunny dispositions towards each other on-screen, behind the scenes Savannah and Hoda secretly "can't stand each other."
The source added that Savannah "thinks of herself as a real news person," while Hoda is seen as "the lightweight that drank wine with Kathy Lee Gifford."
"Savannah was the White House correspondent before getting the host job, which also explains her love for Jenna since her father was president," they added.
Jenna Bush Hager's father is George W. Bush.
While Jenna is Hoda's co-host, the insider said she plays both sides between the women.
"Jenna and Savannah are the best of friends, and they ice Hoda out."
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"Jenna landed the best job on TV with zero experience- no one works people better than Jenna.
"She’s a master at playing the game," the insider added.
Hoda and Savannah made history as the first pair of women to co-anchor the Today show after decades on the air.
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