Amy Robach has been spotted with her estranged husband Andrew Shue for the first time since news broke of her romance with TJ Holmes.
The suspended “GMA3” anchor met with Shue at Greenwich Village Park on Friday morning to surrender their beloved Maltipoo, Brody, as part of a joint custody arrangement.
Dressed in jeans, brown high-heeled boots and a fleece, Robach looked downcast as she spoke to the Melrose Place alum, who looked casual in a light gray jacket, hoodie, black sweatpants and sneakers.
The duo appeared friendly, albeit somewhat tense, as they chatted briefly before heading off in the opposite direction.
In early December, Page Six reported that Robach and Schue were close to finalizing their divorce after she moved in over the summer.
“They’ve had constant issues over the years and they’ve finally split,” a source shared with us at the time.
Apparently, during their brief conversation, Robach, 49, informed Shue, 55, about his failed stint at ABC. As Page Six reported on Friday, both Robach and her host-turned-boyfriend may have quit “GMA3” after their secret romance.
“They haven’t called it quits yet, but I don’t expect TJ to get back together,” an insider shared. “They want Amy to stay and be a part of things there, but probably not in ‘GMA3’.”
Holmes’ affair with Robach appeared to be the beginning of his downfall, as he was found to be involved in other workplace affairs with female subordinates; However, Holmes, 45, believed he would be released by the network.
“Of course he takes it [the review] seriously, but he’s confident he didn’t do anything wrong to deserve losing his job,” a source told us at the time.
After finishing on the horizon, we’re told the duo “hired lawyers to deal with [negotiating]”. It turns out that Robach has hired well-known civil attorney Andrew Bretler to represent him, while Holmes is working with Eric George.
Meanwhile, we hear that the Mouse House is trying to replace Holmes with DeMarco Morgan, who has been filling in for Holmes.
Neither attorney returned Page Six’s request for comment.