“Good Morning America 3” hosts Amy Robach and TJ Holmes have been seen together for the first time since the latter’s divorce from wife Marilee Fiebig became public knowledge.
In photos obtained exclusively by Page Six, Robach, 49, and Holmes, 45, looked inseparable as they returned to New York on Thursday after vacationing together.
The duo – dressed in coordinating blue jeans, black outerwear and dark sunglasses – walked through the airport side by side after spending time in Atlanta and Miami over the Christmas holidays.
Robach and Holmes’ romance is heating up as he prepares to legally dissolve his marriage to his second wife, Fiebig, whom he married in 2010.
Holmes filed the paperwork on Wednesday after almost 13 years of marriage, Page Six confirmed. Holmes and Fiebig, also 45, share Sabine, his 12-year-old daughter.
An insider previously told us that Fiebig, an immigration lawyer, was “blindsided” by her husband’s alleged affair with his on-air colleague.
Our insider says the two had been separated for several months but were trying to “work things out” when news of the alleged work romance broke in late November.
“She is devastated. She had no idea,” our source shared, adding that the two “just got together for TJ’s birthday. [on Aug. 19].”
Holmes and Robach have since been suspended from their duties pending an ABC investigation into their relationship.
The couple reportedly began their affair in March while training together for the New York Half Marathon. Afterwards, they were spotted touching each other around Manhattan and were caught flirting on camera.
For her part, Robach is married to “Melrose Place” actor Andrew Shue, but we’re told they’re close to finalizing their divorce.
She was previously married to former MLB player Tim McIntosh from 1996 to 2008. They share two daughters: Ava, born in 2002, and Analise, born in 2006.
Days after news of the affair made headlines, Shue, 55 – who Robach married in 2010 – deleted all photos of her from his Instagram account.
Earlier this month, Robach left his West Village apartment to travel further downtown.
Page Six exclusively reported this month that the Robach romance isn’t the first workplace relationship Holmes has had.
He reportedly had a three-year affair with producer Natasha Singh and at least one other staff member.