The two since last year, have been in the news after they both got fired from ABC Network, and started making their love life open to the general public. After series of internet backlash, the two took a long 9 months break from the socials, and have just dropped a matching photos as a sign of their come back.
Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes have returned to Instagram nine months after going silent amid their scandalous affair. Robach, and Holmes, took to the platform on Monday to share a single black and white photo of their limbs. The couple wore matching Nike running sneakers as they sat on a porch.
The posts are the couple’s first since they quietly left the social media platform in the wake of their relationship becoming public knowledge. The image is particularly significant for the pair since their mutual love of running is what bonded them together after they began leading GMA‘s lunchtime hour in 2020.
Last November, the co-anchors became the topic of conversation when The Daily Mail published pics of the pair, bringing their relationship to light. At the time, both broadcast journalists were still married the spouses they wed just a month apart in early 2010.
Sources say, their relationship began over the summer, around the same time that they separated from their respective spouses, Robach from actor Andrew Shue and Holmes from attorney Marilee Fiebig. Robach is still legally married to the 56-year-old actor, though they are believed to have been separated since the summer of 2022. Holmes and 45-year-old Fiebig filed for divorce in December 2022, just weeks after news of his and Robach’s relationship went public.
Just over a week after the GMA3 co-anchors’ romance was revealed, multiple sources revealed that ABC would be conducting a review to see if the pair violated any company policies, specifically the company’s morality clause. The investigation also looked into whether Holmes’ alleged relationships with other ABC employees violated policies about relationships between bosses and subordinates.
Amid the investigation, Robach and Holmes were kept off air. Kimberly Godwin, president of ABC News, addressed the situation during a morning editorial meeting. As for Robach and Holmes, source say their relationship appears strong and they continue to support one another via a united front. Expect to see them back working in some capacity, but when that will happen remains to be seen.