Robach shared her future wedding plans during the latest episode of the 'Amy & T.J.' podcast
Amy Robach is hoping for her wedding to be a low-key affair the next time around.
Robach, 51, shared her wish to have an “intimate” wedding as she discussed getting married for the third time with T.J. Holmes on the latest episode of their podcast, Amy & T.J., which was released Tuesday.
When asked what she’d like her third wedding to be like by her partner Holmes, 46, Robach replied, “Justice of the peace. Vegas.”
“Is there a justice of the peace in Vegas?” Holmes asked, adding, “I thought only Elvis did them … That’s where you want to have it.”
Robach then revealed she was joking, before sharing her perfect future nuptials. “I really would want it to be a very intimate gathering,” she said. “And I would absolutely run off and elope somewhere.”
“I think that's probably, if I had to pick, I'd pick eloping and going to Fiji or somewhere really nice and far away,” she added.
"Running to Fiji, okay," laughed Holmes. "You really want to get away. Alright."
Elsewhere on the podcast, the ex-Good Morning America anchor also shared how she wants “a partner for life.”
“That idea of sacrifice, that idea of giving instead of getting, I love that. And it enhances your life to have a partner. I mean there's nothing I want more I think than that,” she said.
Robach’s comments on getting married again come nearly a year after her divorce from second husband Andrew Shue and Holmes’ divorce from wife Marilee Fiebig. Robach was also married to Tim McIntosh from 1996 to 2009 and the pair share two daughters, Ava and Annalise.
When news of Robach and Holmes' workplace romance surfaced in Nov. 2022, Robach had not confirmed her separation from Melrose Place alum Shue, nor Holmes from attorney Fiebig. In early December, multiple sources confirmed to PEOPLE that Shue and Fiebig have sparked a romantic connection after bonding over their shared experience of splitting from their partners.
Meanwhile, earlier on in their latest podcast episode, the couple got candid about their relationship as they discussed the first time they saw each other in a “non-friend zone” way after having dinner.
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“I believe that we were walking back from having dinner with friends and on the walk back you walked me back,” Robach recalled. “I felt something different in the way we were looking at each other.”
“I know that exact time you're talking about,” Holmes said.
“We didn't say anything ... I didn't say anything. You didn't say anything, but I felt [a connection],” Robach continued. She added that the pair “made a stop” afterward, while Holmes said it “was a fun night.”
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