Not every marriage tends to end successfully and the same happened with American TV presenter Amy Robach. After an unfortunate end of romance with her first husband, Amy has married again for the second time; this time to American actor Andrew Shue.
But are Amy and Andrew still together? How well are they bonded as a couple? Why did she divorce her first husband Tim McIntosh? Let’s get into her marital relationship and explore all the details.
Amy Robach Husband: She is Married to Andrew Shue
As of 2020, Amy Robach leads a beautiful marriage with her husband Andrew Shue. The couple got married on February 6, 2010, at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers near the Hudson River, on the day of her 37th birthday.
Their wedding came almost five months after their engagement in September 2009. Talking about her wedding to People, Amy described it as the most beautiful night of her life and explained how everyone made it to the venue despite several problems. She said,
“It was the most beautiful night in every way. Despite snow, high winds, flight and train delays, every guest made it to the night to share our in our new beginning.
The guests at their wedding included Andrew’s sister Elisabeth and her director-husband, Davis Guggenheim. Along with this, Amy’s colleagues from NBC Meredith Vieira, Kathie Lee Gifford, Ann Curry, and MSNBC’s Contessa Brewer and CBS News’ Rick Kaplan were also present at their wedding.
When did Amy and Andrew meet?
The couple met for the first time at a book party in 2009. Having been through the mutual pain of a broken marriage, the two clicked as a person pretty soon and began dating before getting engaged in September 2009.
As of 2020, Amy and Andrew are still together proving their bonding as a husband and wife.
Amy’s Husband Andrew was There When She struggled With Breast Cancer
Amy and her spouse Andrew have been together in the good and the bad times; she suffered breast cancer and that was a test to her marriage.
In 2013, Amy announced that she was diagnosed with breast cancer live on Good Morning America.
While she instantly underwent a bilateral mastectomy, she was again diagnosed with another tumor in the other breast.
Just three years into marriage, Amy mentions her husband Andrew was there all the while she had her chemotherapy, radiation, and reconstructive surgeries.
Talking about Andrew’s support in those bad days, Amy says,
Andrew didn’t miss one chemo appointment, not one doctor’s appointment, he was there even when I didn’t want him to be.
Well, Amy is cancer-free for over six years now.
Both Amy and Andrew Were Married in the Past
While Amy and Andrew are leading a satisfying life as wife and husband, they both have been through a failed marriage.
Prior to Andrew, Amy was married to actor Tim McIntosh. They were married from 1996 until they filed for divorce in 2008. Their divorce was finalized in 2009.
Similarly, Andrew was married to floral designer Jennifer Hageney before Amy. They wed in 1994 but unfortunately divorced in 2008.
Their Ex-spouse Attended Their Wedding
Although Amy and Andrew have put an end to their past relationship, they have no hard feelings for their exes. In fact, both of their exes, Tim and Jennifer, attended their wedding.
Both Amy and Andrew Have Children from their ex-spouse
Amy from her decade long marriage with Tim welcomed two daughters. She welcomed her first daughter Ava McIntosh in 2002. Similarly, her second daughter Analise was born in 2006.
Talking about Andrew, he also welcomed three sons from his relationship with his first wife Jennifer. He welcomed her first child Nathaniel in 1996, after which he had his second son Aidan in 1999.
He welcomed his third child, Wyatt, with Jennifer in 2004.
Robach’s Husband Andrew Shue is an Actor & Social Worker
As mentioned above, Andrew is a successful actor. He made his film debut in 1984 with The Karate Kid. Following this, he worked in other films like Vision Quest, Adventures in Babysitting, Cocktail, American Shaolin, The Rainmaker, and Gracie.
Along with all these roles, he is most recognized for his role as Billy Campbell in Melrose Place. He appeared in the series from 1992 to 1998 as a series regular.
Apart from acting, Andrew is also involved in social works. He is the co-founder of a nonprofit organization called Do Something, which aims to make a positive change in people’s life.
Likewise, he has also co-founded CafeMom, a social networking site for mothers and mother-to-be.