09:22 AM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 10/10/2014 03:30PM
It's not the happiest anniversary, but Good Morning America host Amy Robach is making the best of it.
Originally posted 03/07/2014 08:55PM
After being diagnosed with breast cancer last fall – a devastating surprise, which came as the result of an on-air mammogram – ABC news correspondent Amy Robach has been juggling work, family, appearances and her grueling treatments.
Originally posted 02/06/2010 07:05PM
Former Melrose Place star Andrew Shue and Weekend Today anchor Amy Robach were married Saturday afternoon in New York City.
"It was the most beautiful night in every way," Shue and Robach tell PEOPLE. "Despite snow, high winds, flight and train delays, every guest made it to the night to share our in our new beginning."
The couple, who met last April at a book party and got engaged in September, exchanged vows at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, adjacent to the Hudson River. And it was an extra special occasion for Robach, who walked down the aisle on her 37th birthday. Shue’s mother, Anne Harms, officiated the ceremony, and the two wrote their own vows.
Shue, 42, and Robach, 37, are recently divorced – and the wedding party consisted of Shue's three sons with ex-wife Jennifer Hageney and Robach's two daughters with her ex-husband, Tim McIntosh.
"The wedding was absolutely beautiful," a Today show rep, who attended the ceremony, tells PEOPLE. "Amy and Andrew were beaming."
As for the reception, the rep says, "The decor was simple and there were lots of candles. The guest list was fairly small. They wanted an intimate feel with close friends and family."
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