TODAY star Al Roker has reflected on endings and beginnings as he shared stunning snaps from his tropical getaway.
It comes as the beloved meteorologist was missing from Tuesday’s edition of the popular daytime TV show.
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Al shared an idyllic snap that captured a stunning sunset by the poolside.
He posted: “The end to a good day and the beginning of a good night.”
Al left viewers wanting more as he didn’t reveal the location where he had jetted off to.
He also shared a second image that showed the moon lit up among the clouds.
His wife Deborah Roberts shared even more snaps from their getaway, including a sweet selfie taken with Al and their son.
Al relaxed on a sun lounger and was seen sporting a Batman-themed t-shirt and shades.
Nick, 20, had a huge grin on his face and opted to wear a Captain America t-shirt and dark sunglasses.
Deborah also shared a snap of herself and Al glammed up for the night.
She dazzled in a light blue dress while her husband opted to wear a pink shirt and pants.
Al has been missing from the Today show in recent days.
He was missing on Tuesday’s Third Hour and the weatherman was also absent from Monday’s edition of the show.
An explanation wasn’t given for the meteorologist’s absence.
But, fans have called on bosses at NBC to protect Al at “all costs” following his recent health battles.
It comes as his co-star Savannah Guthrie recently returned to the show – just days after she tested positive for Covid-19.
Viewers online took to social media to discuss the weatherman’s absence on Monday.
One fan said: “Al Roker is a national treasure! Protect him at all costs!!”
Al returned to presenting duties in January after being hospitalized with blood clots.
He said it was “good to be alive” after his health scare.
And, Deborah admitted during an appearance on Conversations Above The Noise with Maria that she feared the worst-case scenario.
She admitted: “We really did think we were going to lose him.”
Deborah said Al was a very sick man and described his hospital trips as “terrifying at every minute.”
She said: “It was like the worst roller coaster ride you have ever been on.”