These lovebirds do not hide it.
“Good Morning America” anchors Amy Robach and TJ Holmes checked into the Atlanta airport around 10:30 a.m. Monday, photos obtained exclusively by Page Six show.
Enjoying vacation trips together, they were seen standing close to each other as they checked Robach’s phone.
The “GMA3” personalities have plenty of time to have fun together as they’ve both been suspended from their jobs pending an ABC investigation into their relationship.
The couple, who co-hosted the daytime news show, reportedly began their affair in March while training together for the New York Half Marathon.
They were spotted getting cozy in bars near the ABC News headquarters in Midtown Manhattan in May. Then, in the fall, the duo went on a getaway to a cabin in upstate New York, where they were seen grabbing her butt.
Robach, 49, is married to “Melrose Place” actor Andrew Shue. 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. And earlier this month, Robach moved from his West Village apartment to further downtown.
Meanwhile, Holmes, 45, is married to lawyer Marilee Fiebig, with whom he shares daughter Sabine. He also has two other children, Brianna and Jaiden, with his ex-wife, Amy Ferson.
Holmes and Fiebig, who also married in 2010, had been separated for several months. However, as Page Six exclusively reported, they were trying to “work things out” when news of the Robach affair broke.
“She is devastated. She had no idea,” our source said of Fiebig. “They haven’t been together since. [a while]but they were trying to get out of it.
Page Six also exclusively reported that the Robach romance isn’t the first working relationship Holmes has had.
He reportedly had a three-year affair with producer Natasha Singh and at least one other staff member.
Since news of the affair was splashed everywhere, several videos have resurfaced of the co-presenters flirting and even using sexual innuendo with each other.
In a March, the couple jokes about training for the marathon and the possibility of finishing.
“We are both going to be finishers. That’s what matters,” Robach said, prompting Holmes to pull a face and sit down.
As Robach understood, she playfully nudged Holmes and began to laugh.