Savannah Guthrie can see clearly now.
The "Today" host took to Instagram on Tuesday to celebrate the completion of her second eye surgery — this time to have a cataract removed.
"Seeing all the colors a little brighter today 🌸," she captioned a selfie. "I'm so grateful my surgery was a success! I'm still healing but already noticing a major improvement in my vision. My eyes are filled – with tears of joy! So much gratitude to my gifted surgeon @abrissettemd and her amazing team!"
Savannah underwent retinal detachment surgery late last year after her 3-year-old son threw a toy train at her and tore her retina. She lost part of her vision after the sudden and accidental incident.
"When you have this retinal detachment, most people will end up developing cataracts, obviously at a much younger age than would normally be expected," she told People magazine. "When you have cataracts, you get blurry spots and you notice it more and more."
Savannah is expected to get back to work later this week.
"See you later this week on TODAY!" she told her 948,000 Instagram followers on Tuesday. "And when I say 'see you' – I really mean it."