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Amy Robach’s daughters celebrated their mom with sweet photos on Mother’s Day after her bombshell affair drama with T.J. Holmes earlier this year.
Robach’s eldest daughter Ava shared several photos with the former “GMA3” co-host to her Instagram Story on Sunday.
“Mom’s day,” Ava, 20, captioned a throwback photo of the mother-daughter duo.
The news anchor’s youngest daughter Annalise also shared a number of snaps to her social media honoring her mom.
“All the love mama 😘,” Annalise, 16, wrote alongside a fun selfie with Robach, 50, and Ava.
Robach shares Ava and Annalise with her first husband Tim McIntosh, whom she was married to from 1996 to 2009.
She married Andrew Shue, 56, in 2010, but finalized their divorce in March 2023, nearly one year after she started her affair with co-anchor Holmes.
In January, Holmes, 45, and Robach were both ousted from the ABC morning show after a month-long review over alleged company misconduct.
The TV personalities, who had worked together on “GMA3” since 2020, were suspended from their jobs shortly after their affair made headlines the previous November.
But their off-screen romance dates back to at least March 2022 when they were training for the New York City half marathon and before they both decided to end things with their respective spouses.
Holmes married Marilee Fiebig in 2010 and share 10-year-old daughter Sabine. He filed to divorce his now-estranged wife, who was blindsided by the affair, in December 2022. By February, she was seen sans wedding ring.
Since their romance came to light, Robach and Holmes have flaunted their PDA and are aggressively looking for new television gigs.
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An insider told Page Six in March that they are pitching their own show to producers behind “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and a “welcome ongoing coverage” of their relationship because they believe their relevance will help them land jobs.
“They think they’re rock stars,” the insider added. “They’re selling their chemistry.”
The couple appears to be going strong and were spotted holding hands while out for a walk in New York City in April.
But earlier this month they were brutally reminded that their careers crumbled when ABC announced that they were officially being replaced on “GMA3” by Eva Pilgrim and DeMarco Morgan.
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