Robin Roberts and Amber Laign are formally married.
“An intimate, magical marriage ceremony ceremony in our yard adopted by a joyous reception…ohhhh the dancing!!” Roberts wrote on Instagram on Sunday, subsequent to a photograph of herself and Laign holding palms of their marriage ceremony robes.
“We’re immensely grateful to all for making it a day and an evening to recollect. Honeymoon right here we come!”, Roberts added.
The pair, who’ve been collectively since 2005, wed on Friday.
The “Good Morning America” veteran anchor additionally shared footage of her siblings strolling out to make a toast whereas dancing to Montell Jordan’s “This Is How We Do It,” a second from the reception that Roberts described as “certainly one of many highlights.”
Roberts and Laign each wore customized Badgley Mischka marriage ceremony robes and have been married by Roberts’ childhood pastor, in accordance with “GMA” on Sunday.
In January, Roberts revealed that she deliberate to marry Laign this 12 months throughout dialog with writer and motivational speaker Gabby Bernstein.
“It was one thing we had talked about, however we had put it off. She grew to become sick,” Roberts advised Bernstein.
Laign and Roberts have each overcome severe well being obstacles all through the course of their relationship.
Roberts shared that Laign was identified with breast most cancers in a video posted to her verified Twitter account in February 2022. She up to date her followers in July of that 12 months that Laign had accomplished a portion of her therapy.
In 2007, Roberts introduced that she was battling breast most cancers. She additionally revealed in 2012 that she was identified with myelodysplastic syndrome and underwent a lifesaving bone marrow transplant.
With these well being obstacles behind them, the newlyweds seem to have discovered the proper time to rejoice their love.
“Many individuals go into marriage hoping for and searching for what Amber and I already know we now have, and so ours is a celebration,” Roberts stated on “GMA” in August. “We’ve been residing our fortunately ever after via all of the ups and downs, so it’s a celebration.”