AMY Robach is a television reporter for ABC News and a fill-in anchor for Good Morning America.
Over the course of her career, she has successfully balanced work and her personal life and has raised multiple children.
Who are Amy Robach’s children?
Robach has two daughters, Ava, and her sister, Analise, who she shares with her ex-husband, Tim McIntosh.
She also has three stepsons from her current marriage.
She took to Instagram on July 27, 2021 to share an emotional message as her eldest daughter prepares to leave home.
“Just a few months left with my blue-eyed baby before she heads off into the world,” Amy wrote.
Amy shared a photo alongside Ava and although they were both wearing masks.
“Thinking about how grateful I am for the extra time with her – a pandemic silver lining for me, probably not for her.”
Who is Amy Robach dating?
Robach was married to Tim McIntosh from 1996-2009.
She married her current husband, Andrew Shue, in 2010.
Shue is an American actor, known for his role as Billy Campbell on the television series Melrose Place.
He also had a short-lived stint as a professional soccer player.
He was on the Board of Directors for Do Something and is the co-founder of the social networking website CafeMom.
Shue and Robach have written a book about blended family dynamics titled Better Together.
The couple also opened up on how they approached moving in together and helping to raise each other’s children.
“They were ages three to 13 and it’s hard to explain to young kids ‘hey meet your new brother, meet your new sister,’ and now get along and love each other,” Robach told Ashley Bellman on The Middle.
“There’s so much that’s happening post-divorce and it’s scary and overwhelming, so we came up with stories of animals in our backyard in the house we moved in together.”
“We were like they are all playing together and are becoming a family together.”
She added: “We have been talking about it for a while and finally we decided to do it!”
“We got to the year 12 and it stuck!” he added.
Did Amy Robach have cancer?
In 2013, Robach discovered she had breast cancer on live television after she got a mammogram in front of millions of viewers.
She opted for a double mastectomy following her diagnoses.
Her treatment plan left her unable to have children with her current husband.
She has credited her daughters, who were seven and 10 at the time for giving her the strength to take on the disease reports Hello magazine.
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