The Truth About Tamron Hall's Husband, Steven Greener

Talk show host Tamron Hall isn't one to brag about her relationship online. As Page Six reported back in 2019, she took to social media to make a surprise double announcement — to the shock of fans, Hall was not only married but expecting her first child. Alongside a video set to the tune of the inescapable "Baby Shark," the journalist noted, "I'm about to be a mommy shark very soon." With just a couple months left in her pregnancy, the then-48-year-old finally felt comfortable sharing the news. 

As for the father, Hall confirmed that his name was Steven, with the publication advising that Steven is Steven Greener, a music executive. "My husband Steven and I are beyond excited!" she gushed in a follow-up Instagram post. Hall added, "There have been many tears, but today I embrace the smiles." In the ensuing time, the former Today star has kept her relationship strictly under wraps. It's unclear whether Greener isn't comfortable with the spotlight or if the couple simply wants to keep their home life private. 

Tamron Hall and Steven Greener are low-key couple goals

In celebration of Valentine's Day, however, she shared a sweet selfie of the couple looking dapper en route to an event (taken in the Before Times, of course). "Happy Valentine's day to you Old pic same love and same fade lol," she wrote alongside it. Hall opined, "The ride is always unpredictable but the person next to you can help make the bumps easier to take." Of their plans for the day, she noted, "Last year dinner out, this year I'm cooking oxtails at home and loving it all." The former news anchor gave birth to son Moses in April 2019, sharing the happy news on Instagram and noting, "Photo credit: Dad who can't stop crying tears of joy" in relation to an ecstatic Greener. 

According to Peoplethe happy couple began dating in 2017 but were friends for many years beforehand. The former Today host explained to the site that she and Greener kept the pregnancy under wraps out of fear Hall wouldn't make it to the end. "I was high-risk, not just because of my age, but there were other medical factors too," she explained. However, after enduring several frustrating years of infertility and failed fertility treatments, Hall became a mother. Of how happy she is with her husband and son, the journalist gushed, "I don't think you can ever overuse the word grateful."