Former Melrose Place star Andrew Shue and Today anchor Amy Robach have tied the knot! Read more on Robach and Shue’s wedding below.
Actor Andrew Shue, 42, wed Amy Robach, 37, on Saturday at The Lighthouse at NYC’s Chelsea Piers. This was an extra special day for Robach as she also celebrated her 37th birthday.
This is the second marriage for both Amy Robach, the former Miss Georgia and television anchor, and actor Andrew Shue.
Andrew’s three sons with ex-wife Jennifer Hageney and Amy’s two daughters with ex-husband Tim McIntosh reportedly made up the couple’s wedding party.
“The wedding was absolutely beautiful,” a “Today” show rep said. “Amy and Andrew were beaming.”
Among the estimated 120 guests who enjoyed the intimate candle-filled reception were Shue’s sister, actress Elisabeth and her husband, director Davis Guggenheim, as well as Robach’s NBC colleagues Meredith Vieira, Ann Curry and Kathie Lee Gifford.
“Instead of a gift, they asked guests to give them their two favorite songs – one dance, one love – and they were played throughout the night,” the rep said of the couple’s requests. “And instead of wedding cake, they’re having a birthday cake.”
The couple became engaged in September 2009, after meeting at a “Today’s Moms” book party.
“[Today anchor] Natalie [Morales] actually set us up, so I have Natalie to thank for the whole thing,” the new bride said on Friday’s show after her coworkers offered a pre-wedding toast. “If it doesn’t work out it’s your fault,” Robach joked.
Congrats to Robach and Shue on their marriage!
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