The forecast calls for cloudy blue skies for GMA’s chief meteorologist Ginger Zee and 36-year-old media personality Ben Aaron.
The 37-year-old meteorologist went on Twitter to announce the joyous news tweeting, “Scrubbed in, delivered a healthy baby boy and got a cookie to celebrate. It’s been a good day." Alongside the T.V. personalities tweet was an adorable picture of her 2-year-old son Adrian dressed in scrubs looking ready to meet his new little brother.
And Ginger worked up until her scheduled C-Section. Just the day before, she celebrated baby NO. 2 on the GMA set when her co-anchors threw her an on-air baby shower. They also bid farewell to the meteorologist before she steps down for a few months to enjoy maternity leave.
When Zee was asked about how she was feeling for the impending day she replied, “The big day is tomorrow…..we cannot wait to meet this little guy. I was telling Robin on the way in, I think it really hit me last night."
She went to add, “I didn’t sleep much. I was like, ‘Wait, I’m going to have another baby.’ It just hit me."
And the GMA anchor had one last surprise in store for her closing out the last day of work. Her son Adrian paid his mommy a surprise visit on set.
The 2-year-old shared with the viewers he already has a name picked out for his new little brother. Zee asked her son on air who was in his mommy’s belly and Adrian replied, “Goofy!"
Ginger Zee continued her last workday and kept busy, doing a stellar job staying occupied. Zee even attended and walked in the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection fashion show Thursday evening.
Ginger looked stunning as she walked the runway wearing a red floor length dress with black embroidery detail down one side. Hard to believe she was going to give birth the next day!
Zee had gushed in an interview when she relived the moment she met her firstborn for the very first time, “What happens inside of you, you actually transform and your heart bursts. I thought I was going to die, in the best way…that much love comes out of you. So I would re-do and relive that moment over and over if I could."