Amy Robach has gone dark after news broke that she and “GMA 3” co-anchor T.J. Holmes allegedly had a months-long affair.
Robach deactivated her Instagram account Wednesday afternoon — after she already had limited comments when fans noticed she had removed her wedding band and stopped posting photos of her husband, Andrew Shue.
Holmes’ account had already been deactivated prior to Page Six’s report that he and Robach had been “canoodling” in bars near ABC News back in May.
A source claimed to Page Six their romance began in March when they began training together for the New York City half marathon, which Robach ran with Shue.
Reps for Robach and Holmes haven’t return Page Six’s numerous requests for comment.
Meanwhile, new photos obtained by the Daily Mail show Robach, 49, and Holmes recently cozying up to each other and holding hands during various outings in upstate New York and around the city. Video also showed Holmes, 45, grabbing Robach’s butt as she leaned into the trunk of a car to remove an item.
One staffer told us that the couple, who separated from their respective spouses in August, have gone to extremes to hide their romance.
“They have a very cozy relationship on air, but that is what is expected. But they were very careful behind the scenes to keep their affair secret,” the insider shared. “The producers at ‘GMA’ are shocked to hear they are having an affair.”
Robach has been married to Shue since 2010. They have no children together, but she shares two kids with her first husband, Tim McIntosh. Holmes has three children, two he shares with ex Amy Fershon and one with current wife Marilee Fiebig.
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