I do! Good Morning America host Robin Roberts married her longtime companion, Amber Laign, on Sept. 8, the couple introduced through their canine’s Instagram account.
Robin and Amber, who run their canine’s Instagram account, posted a valuable picture of their pup, Lil Man Lukas. “My mommies are MARRIED!!!! Married?……yes….married!!!” the caption learn. Their canine wore an lovable bow tie for the ceremony. Robin additionally shared a candy picture of Lukas on her Instagram web page forward of the marriage. “@lil_man_lukas looking dapper and ready for when our wedding guests arrive. Bless you all for your well wishes,” she wrote.
Robin, 62, and Amber have been collectively for over 18 years and introduced in January that they had been planning on strolling down the aisle in 2023. “I’m hesitating because I haven’t said it out loud yet … I’m saying ‘yes’ to marriage,” Robin mentioned on GMA on the time. “We’re getting married this year.”
She opened up in regards to the delay of their nuptials, pointing to Amber’s breast most cancers analysis, “It was something we had talked about, but we had put it off. [Amber] became ill but … it is saying yes to that, and that next chapter.”
Robin first publicly opened up about Amber’s most cancers analysis in February 2022. “She had surgery last month and this morning will begin chemotherapy. Thankfully, the prognosis is good,” she mentioned of her companion. “She and I have been together almost 17 years and have helped each other through our challenges like my journey with cancer. It’s my turn now to be there for her like she was for me.”
In April 2022, Robin mentioned Amber paused her chemotherapy remedies “for the time” because of issues, however her prognosis was nonetheless good. “I’m just thankful that her spirits have been lifted … [having] gone through cancer, this happens,” Robin added.
Robin was additionally identified with breast most cancers in 2007 and is now in remission. In 2012, the discuss present host acquired a bone marrow transplant after being identified with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS).
Regardless of experiencing many ups and downs collectively, Robin and Amber are in it for the lengthy haul. The GMA anchor shared a candy message written by Amber for his or her 15-year anniversary in July 2020.
“Having you by my side is a gift as we continue to navigate this thing called life,” Amber wrote alongside a photograph collage of recollections. “You have the kindest heart and most beautiful soul than anyone I know. You have shown me time and time again to stay humble and to always treat others with the utmost respect as you never know what one might be going through.”