Savannah Guthrie who is legal analyst and a correspondent for NBC news was born in Australia who later migrated to Tuscan, Arizona. Her schooling was from Amphitheater school in Arizona where she used to love playing piano and guitar. She became a graduate in Journalism from University of Arizona in 1993 because her mother insisted her for the course. Her father passed away because of heart attack and her mother raised her up.
After a completion of her studies she was engaged for local news stations in town like KMIZ-TV, WRC- TV around two years.
Savannah Guthrie saw her bright career towards law so she attended Georgetown University Law center and acquired
a degree in 2002.Later she was back as legal correspondent at Court-TV.
Her reporting career made a great achievement during (2010-2012) reporting president election, appointed as chief white house correspondent. She was successful co-anchor to change Ann Curry in Today show.
Savannah Guthrie is married to BBC News anchor Mark Orchard in 2005 and got divorce after a four years of their relationships. As per some source Savannah Guthrie is dating a boyfriend name Michael Feldman who is a researcher and consultant. Until now Savannah Guthrie is not pregnant and doesn't have a baby who is 41 by age and earns 10-20 million dollars as salary per year.