Matt Lauer
Matt Lauer has been laying low since being fired from NBC over sexual harassment allegations. The journalist is pictured attending The Rolling Stones celebrate the North American debut of Exhibitionism on Nov. 15, 2016 in New York City. Jason Kempin/Getty Images

Matt Lauer was fired from NBC in November after being accused of sexual harassment and since then, the anchor has reportedly been struggling to keep his family from falling apart.

Lauer, who has allegedly spent a majority of his time at his home in the Hamptons, has been doing his best to work on his marriage and make sure his kids are happy.

During a chat with Entertainment Tonight, “Today” show anchor Willie Geist revealed he still talks to Lauer.

The television personality confessed that the journalist has now turned his attention to bonding with his family, which consists of wife Annette Roque, as well as the three children they share, sons Jack, 16, Thijs, 11, and daughter Romy, 14.

“He’s sort of reconnecting with his family and figuring everything out,” Geist told the media outlet.

The anchor went on to reveal Lauer is “as good as he can be,” and has kept in touch with his former colleague.

“I’ve texted with him just on a personal level,” Geist said of reaching out to the former NBC anchor, who celebrated his 60th birthday on Dec. 30.

After being accused of sexual harassment, Lauer and Roque have found themselves at the center of divorce rumors.

Shortly after news of the journalist’s termination was revealed, he and the Dutch model were spotted without their wedding rings.

Despite the tough time in their union, in December, sources told People Lauer “is fighting to save the marriage. He doesn’t want a divorce. Both of them, their first thought is their children.”

A second source revealed the model removed her ring out of anger and requested Lauer take his off as well. The insider stated the couple’s children has noticed the tension and the two don’t intend on keeping them in the dark about the situation.

“The kids are noticing this, but they’re being very open about this and explaining everything,” the source said at the time.

On Nov. 29, the “Today” Twitter account released a statement announcing the end of NBC’s relationship with Lauer.

Meanwhile, a company email revealed the allegations made against the anchor were the first complaint the network received in over 20 years, but they didn’t believe it was an isolated incident and had a duty to protect their other employees.

Lauer has since apologized for his behavior and promised to do some soul searching now that he has some free time on his hands.