Thanks to his job as a journalist, George Stephanopoulos has gotten to travel all over the world, and whether for work or vacation, luckily his wife Ali Wentworth and their two daughters have been able to do the same.
The couple, who have been married since 2001, live in New York and share two daughters, Elliot Anastasia, 20, and Harper Andrea, 17.
While they are certainly experienced travelers who have gotten to see some incredible sights, traveling abroad can come with its fair share of surprises, and Ali's latest clip at one vacation takes the cake.
In honor of Earth Day, the star took to Instagram to share a hilarious clip from a trip to Tanzania, where their time relaxing by the pool got interrupted by an unlikely visitor.
The clip is instant chaos as soon as a monkey comes into the lens, after which Ali and her girls start jumping up and around the lounge chairs trying to get away from it. At one point, in between laughs, the ladies start shouting expletives and exclaiming: "Is it near me?! Is it near me?! Wait, it's coming!" As they continue to run away from the unsuspecting monkey.
"In honor of #EarthDay a moment in Tanzania, Africa where we serenely immersed in nature," Ali joked in her caption, prompting immediate laughter among her celebrity friends and fans alike, who took to the comments section under the post to rave about the clip.
"LMAO. Y'all love nature," one fan wrote, as others commented: "This is friggin' hilarious!" as well as: "You are awesome!!" plus another fan wrote: "Oh no!! Love the woman's swear words."
When they aren't traveling, the Stephanopoulos-Wentworth bunch come back to their New York City home, which the longtime pair bought for $6.5 million in 2010 after relocating from Washington D.C. to their current city.
When they first moved, after George landed his role on Good Morning America to replace Diane Sawyer, Ali revealed details of the exciting but daunting move to the Big Apple.
She opened the doors to their apartment to Architectural Digest and explained that she wasn't sure how they would fit all of their D.C. belongings, joking: "No more than a tiny percentage of our possessions would fit into a New York apartment."
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