“Amazing group and incredible weather today. Our half marathon posse slaying the final long training run,” Robach, 49, captioned a carousel of Instagram photos in March. In one snap, the television personality posed with both Holmes, 45, and her husband, Andrew Shue.
The NBC News alum has been married to Shue, 55, since 2010. In a photo published by the Daily Mail on Wednesday, November 30, Robach can be seen holding hands with her GMA coworker, who has been married to attorney Marilee Fiebig since 2010.
In another snap, Holmes playfully touches Robach’s backside. According to the outlet, the images are from various outings in November. Neither of the news anchors have publicly commented on the photos. (Us Weekly has reached out to their reps.)
After the New York City marathon earlier this month, Robach posted photos from the event, including a shot of her and Holmes running side by side.
“NO WAY I could have ever accomplished this alone! I love this running crew so much. We encourage each other, train together and finish together,” she captioned the Instagram post.
Earlier this week, Holmes took to social media to share a cryptic quote about relationships. “End the relationship and cry once. It’s better than being with them and crying daily,” the excerpt shared via Instagram read. The Arkansas native has since deleted the social media platform amid speculation of his relationship with his coworker, as has Robach.
Both journalists have been married prior to their relationships with their current spouses. Robach shares daughters Ava and Annie with ex-husband Tim McIntosh, whom she was married to from 1996 to 2008. She is also stepmom to Shue’s three children with ex Jennifer Hageney: Nate, Aidan and Wyatt.
In February, the 20/20 anchor gushed about her husband via Instagram. “This picture is from more than a decade ago but it’s still how you make me feel (almost) every day! I love you so much,” she captioned a photo of them hugging.
Holmes, for his part, shares daughter Brianna and son Jaiden with ex-wife Amy Person. In a 2014 blog post, the ABC News correspondent described how his second wife had made him a better person.
“My family and I are closer, my individual net worth has gone up every year since we met, I’ve learned a second language, I’m healthier, I use the N-word less, I listen to Sunday church service more, I’m a better friend, I’m more forgiving than I used to be, I’m more involved in charitable work. In every way, I’m better off because I’m married. So, for me, a successful marriage has revolved around this principle: I like who I am with her,” he wrote at the time.
Scroll through to see photos of Robach and Holmes’ marathon experience: