The view Co-host Sara Haines has opened up about Amy Robach’s teenage daughter, Annalize McIntosh, who has looked “all grown up” following the recently announced departure of her mother GMA3: Everything you need to know.
Robach, 50, left her co-anchor roles at ABC’S GMA3 And 20/20 after it was revealed she had started a romantic relationship with her co-host TJ Holmes, 45.
The two were first pictured on a romantic getaway and then settled into a bar in New York City in November 2022. They were taken off the air the following month, and by January they had reached an agreement with ABC News to leave the network.
While McIntosh, 16, hasn’t spoken publicly about the affair, which came to light when Robach was married to actor Andrew Shue, she has quietly shared snippets of her everyday life on social media.
Last week, she shared photos of herself posing on a balcony while vacationing in Mexico, which prompted a comment from Haines, her mother’s former ABC coworker, who wrote, “Well look…she is grown up,” added a trio of red heart emojis.
The post comes as McIntosh’s older sister, Ava Monroe McIntosh, 20, has been promoting shows on Instagram to support her debut album.
The sisters are Robach’s daughters from her first marriage to Tim McIntosh, which lasted from 1996 to 2009. Robach later married Melrose Square star Andrew Shue in 2010. They have reportedly split.
Last December, Holmes and his wife, Marilee Fiebig, filed for divorce after nearly 13 years of marriage. The couple are parents to a 10-year-old daughter, Sabine, and Holmes is a father to Brianna and Jaiden, his daughter and son with his first wife, Amy Ferson.
While Holmes and Robach have not spoken out about their relationship or their split from their spouses, they have been spotted in public displays of affection during getaways to Los Angeles and Mexico.
The couple headed south of the border for a romantic Valentine’s Day getaway, where they were spotted kissing by the pool. Robach snuggled up to Holmes while they enjoyed a beer and the pair held hands as they took in the sights.
They were taken off the air at ABC pending an internal investigation after photos of them together surfaced in 2022. A number of anchors filled them in until they officially left the network.
A spokesman for ABC News released a statement to the media in late January.
“After several productive discussions with Amy Robach and TJ Holmes about options, we all agreed that moving away from ABC News is best for everyone,” the statement said. “We recognize their talent and dedication over the years and are grateful for their contributions.”
Since then, substitutes have stepped in to host the show, including Rhiannon Ally, DeMarco Morgan and Gio Benitez. ABC News President Kim Godwin vowed to announce Holmes and Robach’s permanent replacements soon.
“I know this has been a distraction for so many of us, but let’s not forget all the great work that continues to make ABC News the #1 news network in America, and that’s because of you,” Godwin wrote in her memo staff at the end of January.