Amy Robach: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 2)

We already brought you part one of our list of 15 things you probably did not know about Amy Robach, and now we’re back with part two! Check out eight more fascinating facts about the ABC news anchor that you definitely (probably) did not know below. You might be surprised by what you find out!

Number Eight: She Attended the University of Georgia. Robach studied broadcast journalism at the University of Georgia, and she ended up graduating with high honors.

Number Seven: She Was First on Good Morning America as a Correspondent. Robach announced that she was switching to ABC News in 2012, and she first appeared on Good Morning America as a correspondent. However, she became an official anchor for Good Morning America on March 31, 2014.

Number Six: She Has Two Daughters From a Previous Marriage. You might know that Robach is now married to Melrose Place star Andrew Shue, but did you know Robach was married before that? She was married to Tim McIntosh from 1996 until 2008, when she filed for an uncontested divorce. She and McIntosh have two daughters together named Ava and Analise.

Number Five: She Got the Mammogram That Led to Her Diagnosis on Live Television. Robach publicly revealed that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer in November of 2013. She received the mammogram that helped to diagnose her on live television.

Number Four: She Had a Bilateral Mastectomy. After learning that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer, Robach aggressively went after her cancer and had a bilateral mastectomy to try and get rid of it.

Number Three: She Has Been an Anchor for Over a Decade. Robach has been a news anchor since 2003, and though she took a brief hiatus after her cancer diagnosis, she continues to be active. Now that’s impressive!

Number Two: Her Husband Reversed His Vasectomy. Robach’s husband Andrew Shue had his vasectomy reversed because they wanted children together so badly. However, after all of the chemotherapy and radiation that Robach underwent for her cancer, her doctor told her that having a baby in her condition was a very bad idea.

Number One: Her Mom Offered to Have Her Child. After Robach told her mother that she would likely not be able to have another child, her mother actually offered to be her surrogate. However, Robach did not take her mother up on the offer.