Today’s Al Roker son’s alternative college lifestyle revealed – full details
Today’s Al Roker’s son is enjoying an alternative living situation at his college
Al-Roker and Deborah Roberts’ son Nick recently left home to attend college, officially making his parents empty nests – and it looks like he’s having an amazing time!
The TV couple’s youngest child is living an alternative life away from Al and Deborah, whom he lived with in New York until his big move.
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The upset only seems to do Nick good, as his parents proved when they visited him recently and shared photos on social media.
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“It was so good to see our Nick on campus for #familyweekend and to see him with his buddies,” Al wrote alongside a sunny image of the family hugging and another in the dorm. ‘teenager.
Although they did not reveal the location of his college, it looked idyllic with blue skies and lots of greenery.
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His bedroom – which he probably shares with another student – already looked simple and a black and white photo of his father could be seen on the bookshelf behind them.
Al’s son is thriving in college
There were also other necessities, such as an abundance of stationery. Nick looked delighted to be reunited with his familybecause it was a big move away from home.
The youngest of Al’s three children is “somewhere on the (autistic) spectrum and possibly obsessive-compulsive,” the TV star previously told Guideposts magazine.
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At the time, Al added: “But those labels can be frustrating; they don’t begin to describe who Nick really is.”
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Al doesn’t deny that it can be difficult at times, but that he continually admires his youngest, until the day they dropped him off the week before to start his own life.
“Do I ever get frustrated with my son? You bet,” Al added. “But then I remember my dad, how understanding he was. And Deborah reminds me that I have to show my son not only that I love him, but that I also love him. More than that, I admire him.”
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