The former GMA3: What You Need to Know stars were spotted on Friday, July 21, bar-hopping in NYC's West Village. Robach, 50, wore a patterned top, black pants, and heels on the duo's nighttime outing, meanwhile, Holmes, 45, sported a white T-shirt, gray pants and a pair of sneakers.
Their date began with dinner at Morandi Italian Restaurant, where the newscaster met for a bite to eat. They continued the evening drinking at Manhattan hotspots Due West Gastropub and Grey Bar in Midtown.
"When this thing fizzles out and it will, she's going to have a deep belly cry realizing that she blew up her career and her integrity over this," one person predicted, while a second social media user added, "… 'going strong' see you in 5."
"She is smart - she is keeping him so busy he doesn't have time to cheat on her yet," a third hater alleged.
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As OK! previously reported, since their relationship became public late last year, they have been attached at the hip. However, the couple is allegedly trying to fly under the radar as of late.
"It seems like for a while they weren't bothering with that," a source spilled about Robach and Holmes' affection. "But now they are making a concerted effort."
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The insider explained that the TV personalities are "still together, happy and trying to lie low."
"They're still getting paid by ABC so they're not worrying too much about their next steps yet, though they have floated some ideas for next projects and taken some meetings," they continued. "Amy's so talented, and this whole year and how everything has played out has been a shock to her."
The U.S. Sun reported on Robach and Holmes' outing.