But I don't want to bring my daughter into a world where I'm not comfortable telling everyone who I am and who her mother is.'Gosk, who was based in London until she moved in with Wolfe in New York last fall, said: 'The beauty is that we live in a time where there's no need for secrecy. And this is a spectacular moment for us.'The couple had been dating long-distance for a large part of their relationship but it was not until they were both living in the same city - and the same apartment - that they decided to bring up a child. Correspondent Jenna Wolfe announced on Friday's show that she and her partner, NBC News correspondent Stephanie Gosk, are expecting their second child.Wolfe and Gosk first came out as a couple in March 2013 by simultaneously announcing their engagement and Wolfe's first pregnancy. "My girlfriend, Stephanie Gosk, and I are expecting a baby girl the end of August," Wolfe, 39, wrote in the debut post for her new pregnancy blog.
I never had daydreams about being a mom and raising a family... “This new role is tailor-made for Jenna,” said NBC News president Deborah Turness in a statement. She will also serve as a national correspondent for NBC News.“But I don’t want to bring my daughter into a world where I’m not comfortable telling everyone who I am and who her mother is.” Gosk, 40, called the announcement “a spectacular moment for us.” “The beauty is that we live in a time where there’s no need for secrecy,” Gosk, who's reported from war-torn countries, told People.The expectant parents said they do plan to tie the knot eventually, but for now the focus is on their baby.Fittingly, she revealed the news during a segment on creative baby announcements.See more celebrity baby news Wolfe simultaneously came out and announced that she and Gosk were expecting a baby in March 2013, after the couple had been dating for two years. As a kid, I would have chosen raising my adrenaline over raising children any day of the week.But then a funny thing happened on my way to adulthood...PHOTOS: Out and proud stars "Of all the jaw-dropping, head-turning, and eye-popping things I've ever told my friends and family (' I swam with killer sharks,' ' I jet-packed 30 feet out of the water,' ' I scaled the tallest building in Canada'), nothing garnered more shock and awe (and, yes, some tears) than when I told people I was pregnant," she wrote in her blog post, the first of many installments.(No further details were provided about the baby's paternity.) "Just writing those words -- ' I'm pregnant' -- is surreal to me," she continued.