Good Morning America star Ginger Zee’s husband has shared an incredible throwback picture of a time when the pair used her baby bump as part of an epic Halloween costume.
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Ben Aaron, a news anchor, dressed up as Marge Simpson and Ginger took on the role of her husband Homer, using her baby bump to stand in for the character’s beer belly.
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“When Ginger was pregnant, we had to get a bit creative,” he captioned the post, leaving fans amazed at the “incredible” idea.
“This is the best,” shared one fan as others called it “awesome” and “cute,” with lots leaving the laughing emoji.
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Ginger and Ben met through a mutual friend but they broke up twice before they got engaged.
Discussing their romance in an interview with Localish, Ginger explained: “I wanted to be in the right place so I wouldn’t hurt you, so I couldn’t make a mistake.
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Ben shared the picture on social media
“From that point when I was ready, then I think it was only seven, eight months and we were engaged.”
The happy couple got married in Michigan at a beachside ceremony in 2014. Their first child, Adrian, was born in December 2015.
Their second child, Miles, was born in February 2018.
Ginger and Ben are doting parents
It’s been a big month for the mom-of-two though as she revealed to fans that she now had a new title to add to her job description. Along with being ABC’s Chief Meteorologist, she announced that she would also be the Managing Editor of a brand new climate unit for the team.
The star shared the news with a series of snippets from her international assignment in the Maldives.
She posted pictures of the wreckage caused by the rising sea levels and erosion on the beaches, along with a pair of videos of herself explaining the situation as well.
Ginger has been well-known for her work as chief meteorologist for ABC
In the caption, she wrote: “So excited to announce – I have a new title (Chief Meteorologist & managing editor of the climate unit) & my team is growing. Feels right to post this announcement with the desperate situation I’m seeing here in the Maldives (sea level rise & erosion has taken groundwater supplies from 97% of their islands).
“We have an official climate unit now — and you’ll see big coverage next week.”
She also thanked her team of reporters and crew workers, concluding with: “I’m so proud of ABC’s commitment to telling these stories.”
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