‘It Was Hard To Trust’

Amy Robach and husband Andrew Shue reveal they fought on their wedding night in an interview that aired earlier this year.

Robach is currently on hiatus from GMA3: What You Need to Know amid her alleged affair with co-anchor TJ Holmes. In November, UK newspaper the DailyMail published photos of the pair seems on various dates throughout New York.

ABC News President Kim Godwin reportedly told employees in an email that the duo would “remain off-air pending the completion of an internal review.”

Andrew Shue, Amy Robach Greenwich Film Festival
Andrew Shue and Amy Robach attend The Greenwich International Film Festival Epic Anniversary Party featuring Kesha and Jessie’s Girl at The Capitol Theater on June 1, 2019 in Port Chester, New York. In a video from earlier this year, the couple reveals they fought on their wedding night.
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Holmes and Robach’s last day on the Good MorningAmerica spinoff was on December 2, where they appeared to reference their cheating scandal.

“It’s too bad it’s Friday. It’s been a great week,” Holmes said, while Robach replied, “Speak for yourself.”

“I am very excited about the weekend—and I’m sure everyone else is too,” she added.

Robach, 49, and Holmes, 45, are both married and have both been previously divorced. Robach and Shue, 55, walked down the aisle in 2010 following her divorce from ex-husband Tim McIntosh. She shares daughters Ava and Annie with McIntosh, while Shue has three sons—Nate, Aidan and Wyatt—from a previous relationship.

As for Holmes, he wed attorney Marilee Fiebig in 2010 and they share one daughter, named Sabine. The broadcaster is also a father to two other children—Brianna and Jaiden—whom he shares with ex-wife Amy Ferson.

Earlier this year, Robach and Shue discussed on The Doctors the “major issues” they ran into while blending their family.

“Almost all of our disagreements were over parenting, and that is the truth. Someone told me one time, ‘Opposites attract and then they attack,’ and that’s exactly what happened,” Robach laughed on the Emmy award-winning show in May.

“Our first fight was on our wedding night. We’d never even fought, we were so madly in love, and then unfortunately… it was really about communication. That’s truthful, right?” Robach asked, looking at Shue for confirmation.

“Andrew didn’t want me to get mad so he wouldn’t tell me things, and then when I found out, I felt like I hadn’t been a part of the decision and so then I said, ‘You’re not my teammate.'”

“A lot of it became about communicating with each other” and “trusting each other,” she added.

the 20/20 correspondent admitted, however, that “it was hard to trust each other to make decisions for our kids.”

Shue, for his part, agreed. “When you’ve been on your own as a parent with your kids, you become a team, and you’re so tight in that in your survival mode,” he said.

In bringing the families together, they created “a new team,” but the Melrose Place the alum noted that becoming a functioning family unit “was constantly the rub.”

Ultimately, the couple said they made up “on the honeymoon.”

In October 2021, Holmes interviewed Robach and Shue for their book Better Togethera story that uses animals to help children better understand divorce and the blending of families.

At the time, Holmes called Shue his “dear, dear friend” and said the pair were “two of my favorite people.”

Following their exit from GMA3, Robach and Holmes were spotted having lunch near her apartment in New York City’s financial district. The pair were all smiles while walking arm-in-arm on Thursday in images published by the DailyMail.

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