1. One family is particularly close to Natalie’s heart as the TODAY anchor trains to run next month’s Boston Marathon. As part of TODAY’s Shine a Light series, her run will honor the Corcoran family, victims of last year's bombing.
“I don’t think we’ll ever get the normal that we had before but I think we’ll definitely find a new normal,” Sydney Corcoran, whose leg was badly injured in the blast, told Natalie and Matt.
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Natalie wrote an essay on TODAY.com about her decision to dedicate the run.
"I wanted to do something to honor them and to all the victims who still have a long road ahead."
2. Would you find out (or have you found out) a baby’s gender before birth?
New mom Jenna Bush Hager helped newlywed Savannah decide whether she should. (In case you missed it, Savannah is pregnant!)
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3. When actress Kate Winslet was called back to re-shoot “Divergent” scenes only six weeks after giving birth, she was surprised — but told TODAY she quickly got over it.
"There's actually something really empowering about going, 'Hell, I can do this. I can do all this,'" the Oscar winner said.
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4. The youngest stars from “Game of Thrones” (don’t worry, just the Starks!) stopped by TODAY to talk about where the show’s been and where it’s going.
"I had no idea how it was going to turn out," actress Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, said of last season’s controversial Red wedding scenes. "But everyone seemed to hate it, which is great."
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And that’s TODAY’s Takeaway!