Amy Robach and Andrew Shue’s respective kids have proven they nonetheless have love for one another, regardless of their mother and father going their separate methods.
The former GMA3: What You Need to Know co-anchor and the Melrose Place star had been married from 2010 till their separation in late 2022.
When they wed, Robach and Shue had organic kids from their first marriages. Robach was mother to daughters Ava and Annie, who would have been round 8 and 4 when their mother remarried. Shue was the daddy of three boys, Nate, Aidan and Wyatt, who are actually 26, 24 and 19, respectively.
Having been in a blended household from such a younger age and through their early life clearly gave the three a robust bond, and the 2 women celebrated Nate’s current profession success.
Nate is following in his dad’s appearing footsteps and starred within the movie Sense, a couple of couple isolating collectively of their residence after testing constructive for the coronavirus. He additionally co-wrote the quick movie alongside his co-star, Alexandra Punch.
He shared an Instagram put up with a collection of stills from the movie and highlighted the assorted movie festivals the place Sense had been an official choice or received an award, together with the European Short Film Festival.
“So proud,” he captioned the put up, tagging all the crew and actors.
His stepsisters then shared that put up to their Instagram Stories, and he then posted these shout-outs into his personal Stories.
“For big brother,” wrote Ava alongside a clapping-hands emoji. Annie wrote: “Proud lil sis” and in addition added clapping fingers with a number of crimson love-heart emojis.
The siblings’ blended household got here aside final yr when Robach and Shue break up, and Robach has discovered new love along with her former GMA3 co-host, T.J. Holmes.
They made headlines in November final yr after they had been photographed on a weekend journey and cuddling up in a New York City bar.
ABC News later yanked the pair off the air because it performed an inside investigation. In late January, it was introduced that the 2 can be leaving the community.
ABC News President Kim Godwin first confirmed the information in a memo to workers, after which ABC News launched a public assertion
“I know that this has been a distraction for so many of us, but let’s not forget all the great work that continues to make ABC News the #1 news network in America, and that’s because of you,” Godwin wrote within the memo. “I want to thank you again for your patience and professionalism during this time.”
Later an ABC News spokesperson mentioned in a public assertion: “After several productive conversations with Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes, about different options, we all agreed it’s best for everyone that they move on from ABC News. We recognize their talent and commitment over the years and are thankful for their contributions.”
Since leaving the community, Holmes and Robach have been noticed canoodling in Los Angeles and through a Valentine’s Day trip to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico.
Holmes filed for divorce from his estranged spouse, Marilee Fiebig, this previous December after getting married in 2010. They are mother and father to a daughter, Sabine, 10. Holmes can be dad to Brianna and Jaiden, from his marriage to his first spouse, Amy Ferson.