Amy Robach Poses with Daughter Annalise, 18, in Sweet Photo as She Gets Ready for Her Senior Prom

The journalist is mom to two daughters — Annalise and Ava, 21

<p>Amy Robach/Instagram</p> Amy Robach and daughter Annalise

Amy Robach/Instagram

Amy Robach and daughter Annalise

Amy Robach's daughter is celebrating a major moment!

On Wednesday, May 22, the former GMA3: What You Need to Know co-anchor, 51, shared a series of photos on her Instagram as her daughter Annalise, 18, prepared to leave for her senior prom. Wearing a long black dress and holding pink flowers, Annalise smiles next to Robach, who poses in a black skirt and black tank top.

"Senior prom 2024 🌹," Robach wrote in the caption.

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Related: All About Amy Robach's 2 Kids

Robach is mom to daughters Annalise and Ava, 21, whom she shares with ex-husband Tim McIntosh, whom she divorced in 2009.

Although Annalise and Ava tend to stay off of social media, they posted a tribute to Robach on Mother's Day in May 2023.

The former GMA3 host was celebrated by both daughters in posts on each of their Instagram Stories. "All the love mama 😘," Annalise captioned a sweet selfie with her mom, per Page Six.

Ava shared a throwback photo of all three together, writing, "Mom's day."

In the first episode of their iHeartRadio podcast, Amy & T.J., Robach and her former GMA3 co-anchor and boyfriend T.J. Holmes explained what it was like to tell their families about their relationship as the chaos of the situation going public unfolded.

"I'm still saying I’m sorry," said Robach of her daughters. "It's one thing for us to deal with the press and the headlines and the paparazzi that have become as much a part of our lives as anything."

"When I'm with my children, with my daughters, they're there and their pictures are being taken," Robach noted. "I just try to put myself in their shoes. It's their family and they're so young. They don't have the tools or the life experience to even really be able to put it in perspective."

"It’s been a hard, hard journey that will continue," Robach said, adding, "We’re all in therapy."

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