TJ Holmes is ready to spoil Amy Robach before her milestone birthday.
Holmes was seen buying an 18-carat gold engagement ring from David Yurman over the weekend in preparation for her other half’s big day on Monday, according to photos obtained by the Daily Mail.
But that was not all. The deposed “Good Morning America 3” anchor wore a $650 ring from Tiffany & Co.
After snapping the two pieces, Holmes slipped the ring onto the chain and proudly stuffed the completed gift into one of Tiffany’s signature blue bags.
Despite the expensive purchase, Holmes kept things casual for the outing in a navy blue winter coat, black and white sweatpants and sneakers.
Once the pair — who were caught dating for months last year — finalize their respective divorces, Robach can pass the emotional gift off her neck. That finger
In fact, Holmes’ soon-to-be ex-wife, Marlee Feibig, was spotted without her wedding band for the first time just a few days ago.
Holmes, 45, filed for divorce from Feibig – his second wife – late last month, less than a month after her and Robach’s romance came to light.
Meanwhile, Robach’s divorce from estranged husband Andrew Shaw is “almost finalized” and friends of the former couple tell Page Six that the actor “doesn’t want any part of” his “dirt.”
Although Robach and Holmes’ romance is still going strong, their careers have taken a hit.
The couple was let go from “GM3” last week due to a workplace issue, with sources telling Us that they became too much of a “distraction” for the network.
“After several productive discussions with My Robach and TJ Holmes about various options, we all agreed it was best for everyone to move on from ABC News,” the company said in a statement.
While a source close to ABC said the mediation was “extremely contentious”, the couple were all smiles as they packed on the PDA just a day after signing their exit agreements.
Robach was seen staring at Holmes as she jumped into his arms and wrapped her legs around his waist outside a Los Angeles restaurant.
So while other ABC employees are vying to replace Holmes and Robach, it seems the lovebirds are focused on only one thing: each other.
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