Amy Robach was seen for the very first time with her separated spouse Andrew Shue because news of her affair with T.J. Holmes broke.
The suspended “GMA3” anchor met Shue at a Greenwich Town park Friday early morning to turn over their cherished Maltipoo, Brody, as part of a shared custody plan.
Worn denims, brown high-heeled boots and a fleece, Robach appeared downcast as she talked with the “Melrose Location” alum, who looked casual in a gray light puffer coat, hoodie, black sweatpants and tennis shoes.
The duo appeared friendly, albeit rather tense, as they quickly talked prior to entering opposite instructions.
Page 6 reported in early December that Robach and Shue were currently near settling their divorce after he vacated over the summer season.
” They have actually continuously had issues for many years and they lastly separated,” a source shown us at the time.
Maybe within their short chat Robach, 49, supplied Shue, 55, with an upgrade about her going to pieces work at ABC. As Page 6 reported on Friday, both Robach and her co-anchor-turned-boyfriend are most likely out at “GMA3” following their private affair.
” They have actually not been ended yet, however I do not anticipate T.J. to be on once again,” an expert shared. “They do desire Amy to remain and belong of things there, however likely not on ‘GMA3.'”
Holmes’ love with Robach seemed the start of his failure, as it was exposed that he was associated with other workplace affairs with secondary female workers; nevertheless, 45-year-old Holmes thought he would be cleared by the network.
” Naturally, he’s taking [the review] seriously, however he’s positive he’s not done anything incorrect that would warrant him to lose his task,” a source informed us at the time.
With termination on the horizon, we’re informed the duo have “worked with attorneys to handle [negotiating].” It ends up Robach employed well known civil lawyer Andrew Brettler to represent her while Holmes is dealing with Eric George.
On the other hand, we hear the Mouse Home is wanting to change Holmes with DeMarco Morgan, who has actually been substituting Holmes.
Neither lawyers returned Page 6’s ask for remark.
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