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Al Roker's Granddaughter, Sky, Is So Precious in Her Easter Dress (PICS)

The adorable baby was matching with her grandpa for a family gathering. 

By Jackie Manno

Al Roker just celebrated his first Easter as a grandpa! 

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On March 31, the TODAY weatherman shared snapshots of himself celebrating the holiday with his family, including his baby granddaughter, Sky. In one precious moment, Roker sports a blue suit while holding the baby, who adorably wears a coordinated blue dress. How sweet!

See the cute snapshot later down in this post. 

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Al Roker visits SiriusXM Studios on February 14, 2024 in New York City

Al Roker's family

Al Roker has been married to broadcaster Deborah Roberts since 1995. They share two children, Leila Ruth, born in 1998, and Nicholas, born in 2002. Roker has another daughter, Courtney, born in 1987, who he adopted with then-wife Alice Bell. 

Courtney married drama teacher Wesley Laga on June 4, 2021, and gave birth to Sky two years later. Since then, Roker has been loving his life as a grandparent

"It is magical, it really is," Roker told his TODAY co-Hosts of being a grandfather. "The thing is, everyone tells you it’s going to be 'this thing' and you don’t know; it’s like when they tell you about having your first child. And then to hold this little girl, knowing almost 35 years ago I held her mom? And here she is, 5 lbs., 15 oz. 19 inches long and she’s just perfect. [Baby Sky] sleeps for four hours, wakes up, goes to the bathroom, sleeps another four. We’re on the same schedule!" 

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Al Roker celebrates 45 years with NBC

Originally from New York City, Roker's career with NBC began in 1978 in Cleveland, where he worked for the station WKYC. Five years later, he decided to return to the Big Apple for his family. He joined TODAY as the meteorologist in 1996, and the rest is history. 

"If I had not been in position to get that job doing the weekend weather with NBC, I don't know where I'd be today,'' Roker told Business Insider in 2020. 

In December, Roker proudly celebrated his 45th year with NBC while on TODAY

“You know, Roker, you’re like the first person most of us met when we came here, and you always made every new person feel included and loved,” Host Hoda Kotb told Roker in the special episode. 

''I really am very fortunate. Nobody gets to be somewhere without friends and people who help you,'' Roker responded with gratitude. ''It's been a good group of people to work with.''