Amy Robach filed from divorce from Tim McIntosh in 2008. The divorce was uncontested by both parties. The two were married for 12 years and have two daughters, Ava and Analise.
Robach is a journalist best known for her work on "Good Morning America," "NBC News," "The Today Show" and "20/20." Robach married Major League Baseball player Tim McIntosh in 1996. McIntosh, who began his career with the Milwaukee Brewers before finishing with the New York Yankees in 1996, also spent a season with the Japan Pacific League Nippon Ham Fighters. After becoming a free agent, McIntosh left the baseball field to pursue a short-lived career in acting. Although Robach and McIntosh filed for divorce in 2008, the divorce did not become final until 2009. No official public announcement was released regarding the divorce.
In September 2009, Robach announced her engagement to Andrew Shue of "Melrose Place" fame. The two were married on Feb. 6, 2010 in New York. Upon marriage, Robach became stepmother to Shue's three children: Nate, Aidan, and Wyatt. Although Robach's divorce from McIntosh had only been finalized for a few months before she tied the knot with Shue, McIntosh was part of the couple's wedding party.