Savannah Guthrie suffers hilarious Freudian slip on 'Today' show

Savannah Guthrie suffered a hilarious Freudian slip on the "Today" show on Tuesday.

The morning show anchor, who returned from maternity leave on Monday morning, was discussing a newly published study on sleep when she shared an anecdote about her family and confused co-anchor Matt Lauer with her husband, Michael Feldman.

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"On my maternity leave, when I was getting up and feeding every couple of hours, Matt would be..." Guthrie said before immediately catching herself with a laugh. "Matt? Excuse me, hello! Oh, my God."

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"Anything you want to talk about?" Sheinelle Jones asked.

"Where is my Freud textbook?!" Guthrie said as her co-anchors continued to laugh hysterically.

The hilarious slip-up was purely accidental, but that didn't stop Al Roker and Jones from giving Guthrie grief about it. You can watch the moment in the video above.

Guthrie, 45, shares 2-month-old son, Charles, with Feldman. The couple wed in March 2014.

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