‘Today’ show’s Jill Martin’s brother getting married over Zoom this week

Jill Martin and her family are gearing up to celebrate her brother’s wedding on Friday.

The “Today” show lifestyle contributor, 44, opened up about Jonathan Dorfman’s upcoming nuptials to his fiancée, Hara, and shared that they’ll be tying the knot in their pajamas over Zoom from their New York City apartment.

“At some point, [Hara] just said ‘You know, it’s really about all the right things right now in this home.’ They want to get married because they feel like they just do. It’s not a rush,” Martin recently told Page Six.

Martin also cleared up rumors that Hara is pregnant given the speed with which they got engaged, which Page Six exclusively revealed in March, and their wedding date.

“Everyone keeps saying, ‘Is she pregnant?’ I’m like, ‘She’s not pregnant!’” Martin said with a laugh. “Because everyone keeps saying, ‘What’s the rush?’ They met less than a year ago, but she is so incredible. I said to my brother, ‘If you don’t marry her, I will.’”

“She’s been a beautiful addition to our family,” Martin continued. “We are doing the best we can.”

Martin, who launched the “She Made It” series on “Today,” which highlights female business owners who are trying to make it during the pandemic,” also said she threw a 25-person digital wedding shower for the couple.

“I wanted to give her a proper shower, so I decorated the whole backyard and she’s become, in this whole reset, she’s become one of my best friends,” Martin shared. “I had three of her friends surprise her socially distanced. I had pods for each of them to be on the Zoom. … I don’t think life is ever going back to what we had before, so whatever the wedding will look like will be whatever version.”

Martin’s family is hoping to be able to celebrate with Hara’s Florida-based family soon, but in the meantime, they’re all enjoying taking a step back during quarantine and re-evaluating what’s important.

“I think a lot of people can relate to this. There are different people who will come in and out of your life during this time period — who you start to FaceTime, who you start to speak to more,” Martin said. “It’s a reset on all different levels. When would I ever get to live with my brother and sister-in-law and parents at 44 years old?

“It just would never happen.”

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