Tamron Hall gets raw and personal about her secretive pregnancy, becoming a first-time mom in her 40s and going back to work for her new daytime talk show.

“We all have a story to tell, so lets talk about it,” is the motto for Tamron Halls new daytime show — and that includes the longtime talk show host herself. The 48-year-old became a first time-mother to 4-month old son Moses with husband Steven Green in April, and much to the publics surprise, she didnt announce the news until she was 32 weeks along. “I kept my pregnancy a secret for a long time because, like many women, I was afraid that I would have a miscarriage and then have to go back and tell everyone what happened,” Tamron reveals to HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “My doctor told me I was a high risk pregnancy due to my age and other medical factors, and Id had other failed rounds of IVF, so I was nervous. I was worried about having to go through that painful process if things didnt work out.”

IVF stands for in-vitro fertilization, and is a costly medical procedure women and couples turn to when they are unable to conceive a baby naturally. While IVF is effective for some women, it isnt a guarantee — and can be an emotional journey for many, including Tamron. “Everyones journey is different. Not every doctor or procedure that worked well for me, or a friend or a colleague, will necessarily work well for you,” she explained. “Everyones path to parenting is a unique and individual experience — whether you choose IVF or adoption or having a baby through a surrogate or becoming a step-parent.”

Tamron will be addressing her story on her new eponymous talk show which made its long-awaited debut on September 9. The series aims to be a platform for viewers to have heartfelt connections with real people, inspirational stories, and conversations that matter. “If youre curious about IVF, you can start by watching our show on Monday [September 16] and listening to the experiences of parents who have gone through the process to learn more about it.” The series is Tamrons return to television after she departed her long-standing role at The Today Show in 2017.

The former Today Show host secretly tied the knot with music executive Steven Green after confirming that she was dating someone in the entertainment industry on the Steve Harvey Show back in 2017. While they have yet to confirm when they actually married, news of Tamrons pregnancy was confirmed via her