Robin Roberts and her partner Amber Laign have been together for over 17 years now and are each other's constant support systems.
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The two have especially been instrumental in caring for each other through their health issues, having both also been diagnosed with breast cancer at different stages of their life.
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However, each morning, Robin has delighted and provided peace to her fans with the help of her morning wisdom videos with her glam team, sharing an inspirational message and prayer to take them through the day.
The clips are shared on her Instagram right before she's due to appear on Good Morning America, and they include a sweet tribute to Amber you might've missed.
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After sharing the message, Robin and her team would recite the prayer, ending with: "In Jesus name, amen."
She would then, without fail, turn to her desk and press on a buzzer there, affectionately referring to it as "Sweet Amber" as a way to acknowledge her partner's presence.
Robin's buzzer acts as a special nod to "Sweet Amber"
A few fans have noticed and even taken to the comments section to share praise and well wishes for both Robin and Amber.
The ABC star shared the news that her longtime partner had been diagnosed with cancer back in February, mentioning that she would be going through rounds of chemotherapy as well.
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Most recently during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the TV star disclosed: "She's doing well, which is great," before telling the TV host how Amber found out she had cancer.
"Like many people, she had put off going to the doctor during the pandemic," she said.
"And at the end of last year, she followed through with a regular exam and it was discovered. The message is 'get those regular exams, it could save your life,'" she concluded to a round of applause from the audience.
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