Hanna Fillingham Good Morning America star Amy Robach took to Instagram to share a rare family photo with her parents who looked incredibly youthful
Amy Robach just never ages and it’s easy to see why when you realise who her parents are.
The Good Morning America star enjoyed a day out with her mom and dad over the weekend at the Georgia Bulldogs game, and shared a lovely photo with them on social media.
Taking to Instagram, the TV personality posted an image of herself posing alongside her parents, who both looked incredibly youthful.
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Fans were quick to comment on the photo, with one writing: “These pictures are awesome!” while another wrote: “Great picture Amy.” A third added: “Your parents look so young as do you! It must be the same genes and healthy living.”
Amy is incredibly close to her family, and enjoys nothing more than spending time with them. Also in attendance at the game was her husband Andrew Shue, who she has been married to since 2010.
The star is also a doting mom to daughters Ava and Annie, who she shares with ex-husband Tim McIntosh, and a stepmother to Andrew’s three sons from his previous marriage.
Amy Robach with her youthful mom and dad
It’s been a busy time for the star, who recently published her debut children’s book, Better Together! which she co-wrote with her husband.
The book was inspired by Amy and Andrew’s blended family and has been a huge success since it hit the shelves in October.
Amy with husband Andrew Shue
Amy and Andrew’s children were between the ages of three and 13 when they first got together, and the doting parents wanted to ensure that the change in their lives was positive.
They found a way to help their kids bond through making up stories about animals in their garden – which is where the idea of their book came from.
The GMA star with her daughters
Amy and Andrew are slowly getting used to their children growing up and recently revealed that they had gone apple picking for the first year – an annual tradition in their household – without any of their kids.
“This was our first year apple picking without our kiddos, missing them, but relishing the tradition always!” Amy captioned a picture of them. She joked: “They’ll come back one day. Right?”
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