News of Amy Robach’s alleged affair with her “Good Morning America” co-host, T.J. Holmes, has rocked the media industry — in large part because she was in a long-term and seemingly happy marriage with Andrew Shue.
However, a source claimed to Page Six on Wednesday that Robach left Shue in August (and that Homles left wife Marilee Fiebig the same month) after the on-air colleagues allegedly struck up a romance in March while training for the New York City half marathon.
A series of photos published Wednesday by the Daily Mail seems to confirm the alleged months-long tryst, as they showed the two canoodling all around New York and at some points, even getting handsy.
Neither Robach nor Holmes has responded to our requests for comment, but both have deactivated their Instagram accounts.
Prior to going completely dark, Robach had restricted the comments on her posts after eagle-eyed fans began pointing out that she had stopped wearing her wedding band and sharing photos of her spouse.
Shue’s account is still active, though he has not posted since October 2021. The picture in question features his wife of almost 13 years.
Robach and Shue — who starred in “Melrose Place” before embarking on a short-lived stint as a professional soccer player — were each married once before and had children before getting together.
Robach was married to former MLB player Tim McIntosh from 1996 to 2008. They share two daughters: Ava, who was born in 2002, and Analise, who was born in 2006.
Shue was married to floral designer Jennifer Hageney from 1994 to 2008. Together, they had three sons: Nate, who was born in 1997, Aidan, who was born in 1999, and Wyatt, who was born in 2004.
Below is Robach and Shue’s complete relationship timeline, though the images do not necessarily reflect the month and date under which they were placed.
The TV anchor and the actor-turned-athlete met at a book party in April 2008.
Robach and Shue got engaged in September 2009.
The pair tied the knot on Robach’s 37th birthday at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers in NYC.
Robach revealed in November 2013 that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer after having received a mammogram on live television the previous month.
She underwent a bilateral mastectomy, during which doctors discovered a second malignant tumor in her other breast. The cancer had also spread to her lymph nodes. She then underwent eight rounds of chemotherapy, radiation and reconstructive surgery.
In September 2015, Robach admitted that her cancer diagnosis and treatment took a toll on her relationship.
“This was not something I would wish on anyone’s marriage, but I think it was especially hard on a newer marriage. All of a sudden, I felt like I needed him in a very needy way, and that’s not my personality,” she told People at the time. “When I had my crisis, I completely crumbled. It threw everything up in the air. It was rough for several months.”
“We knew what we had when we found each other,” she continued. “And we knew that if we could just get back to what our connection was about and just be honest about the fears, then we could get through it.”
Robach and Shue seemed happy during a June 2017 interview with Us Weekly.
At the time, the media personality said that loved ones described their blended family “as ‘The Brady Bunch,’” while Shue praised Robach for doing “everything” for him and the kids.
The pair spent Thanksgiving 2018 in Iceland.
“Giving thanks today… Always tough to be apart from our kids every other holiday, but this year we decided to surround ourselves with nature and take in the beauty all around us!” Robach captioned a selfie of the couple in beanies and puffer jackets.
Robach posted a selfie of her and Shue smiling while lying on the ground after going on a jog together in August 2019.
The actor gushed over the anchor on Instagram in October 2020.
“Through the rain – by the river – a run to celebrate life – Amy shows us all how to live – everyday – We are the luckiest!” he captioned two snaps of the duo running.
They also wore matching “Top Gun” Halloween costumes that year.
Alongside a picture of him kissing Robach’s cheek on a hillside in Nantucket, Shue reflected on not taking anything for “granted” in November 2020.
“Incredible view and weather with my baby,” he captioned the photo.
Robach and Shue co-authored a children’s book, “Better Together!,” in September 2021.
“When we first blended our family, we created bedtime stories about the animals in the backyard of our new home becoming a family and finding adventures together,” they told Publisher’s Weekly about “Better Together” in a joint interview in October 2021.
“Now with four out of our five children in college and beyond, we’ve only just now had time and perspective to try and help others who are in the middle of blending and raising their families.”
In March of this year, around the same time her alleged affair with Holmes began, Robach announced she was cancer-free.
Amid her alleged tryst with Holmes, Robach and Shue took a trip to Athens in July. She posted a selfie of the smiling pair on Instagram.
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