GOOD Morning America hosts Amy Robach and TJ Holmes still have not filed for divorce from their spouses despite their months-long romance.
A New York court system source told The U.S. Sun that neither party has filed for divorce yet.
“There isn’t any divorce on file yet for Amy and Andrew or TJ and Marilee because nothing has been filed,” the court insider explained.
“It’s entered into the system only after filed and accepted by the respective county clerk’s office.”
Meanwhile, a source close to Amy Robach said that despite not being filed, she and Andrew Shue had been working out the terms of their divorce privately.
“There is no specific date yet for it to be finalized, but they are making very good progress.
“They are dealing with all of it, property, everything.
“It’s going to be a complete resolution of everything once it is filed,” one source close to the GMA3 star claimed.
It is unclear if TJ Holmes and Marilee Fiebig have taken any steps behind the scenes to end their marriage.
One source familiar with the process said it’s not uncommon for a couple to hammer out a divorce before it’s filed.
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When contacted by The U.S. Sun, representatives for TJ and Amy had no comment.
AMY AND TJ’S FAMILY DYNAMICS
The GMA3 co-anchors have reportedly been romantically involved for months.
Amy, 49, and Andrew, 55, said “I do” in 2010, after her divorce from Tim McIntosh.
The host and her first husband share two teenage daughters.
Meanwhile, TJ, 45, has been married to immigration lawyer Marilee Fiebig for 12 years.
They share a daughter, aged 9.
TJ is also the father of two children from a previous relationship: Brianna and Jaidan.
Amy and TJ’s alleged affair was first leaked by Daily Mail.
In pictures obtained by the outlet, the co-hosts looked intimate while drinking at a bar in New York City on November 10, 2022.
They were also spotted at each other’s apartments in Manhattan.
The pair, who began anchoring GMA3 in 2020, reportedly headed to upstate New York on November 11 for a weekend getaway at a cottage two weeks before Thanksgiving.
OFF THE AIR
TJ and Amy will remain off-air until ABC completes its internal review of their relationship.
ABC News boss Kim Goodwin is said to have told staff that she knows that the TJ and Amy situation had become a “distraction.”
According to Daily Mail, an email allegedly sent to staff read: “As we start this new week together, I want to take a moment to address the ongoing matter involving GMA3 anchors TJ Holmes and Amy Robach.
“I understand that the continuing coverage can be distracting from the incredibly important work our team does here at ABC News.
“Amy and TJ will remain off-air pending the completion of an internal review, and there will be a rotation of anchors at GMA3 for the time being.”