Nearly a year after sparking romance rumors while married to other people, prompting ABC to launch an internal review into the matter, the former GMA3 co-anchors took their relationship to the next level by going Instagram official. On Oct. 23, Holmes posted several photos of himself and Robach getting cozy on the sidelines of a University of Arkansas Razorbacks game during a visit to his alma mater.
In one picture, the 46-year-old had his arms wrapped around Robach's hip, while another image showed the pair holding hands while watching the game.
On her own Instagram page, Robach shared a photo of signs reserving their seats. "Hog for a night," the University of Georgia alum wrote captioned an Oct. 20 post. "Dawg for life."
The 50-year-old added, "#truelove."
Holmes and Robach returned to Instagram this summer but have kept their romance offline. The pair deactivated their respective accounts last November, when they were photographed acting like more than just colleagues during a trip to upstate New York. At the time, Robach was legally married to Melrose Place actor Andrew Shue, while Holmes was still with his then-wife of 12 years, attorney Marilee Fiebig.
Amid the drama over their behind-the-scenes romance, T.J. and Amy were removed from their posts on GMA3 pending an internal review, but continued to spend time together offscreen. In December, T.J. filed for divorce from Fiebig—with whom he shares 10-year-old daughter Sabine—before his estranged wife slammed him for a "lack of discretion, respect and sensitivity" toward their family in a statement through her lawyer in the following month.
That January, Holmes and Robach also parted ways with the Good Morning America spinoff and its network.
"After several productive conversations with Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes about different options, we all agreed it's best for everyone that they move on from ABC News," a spokesperson for the organization told E! News in a statement. "We recognize their talent and commitment over the years and are thankful for their contributions."
Neither have publicly spoken out about the controversy, though they've given glimpses into their life together since leaving their daytime show. In addition to running several marathons together, a hobby they picked up during their time on GMA3, Robach recently shared a photo of the breakfast Holmes made her following a jog.
"Let the tapering begin," she captioned an Oct. 18 Instagram post, "and a big thank you for the post run eggs and chorizo @officialtjholmes."