Amy Robach is making the best of her recovery while also enjoying a well-deserved break, having escaped from the frigid New York City weather to the beautiful beaches of Turks and Caicos.
The Good Morning America host has been away from the show ever since contracting COVID earlier this month but is now on the road to good health.
She took to her Instagram Stories to show off a snippet of her lush vacation with husband Andrew Shue and parents, displaying her flawless figure while at it.
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Amy reposted a picture from her friend's Story where the group of four jumped in front of the beach while in their bathing suits.
While Andrew wore a simple pair of white shorts, the GMA anchor wore an orange string bikini top with floral bottoms that showed off her supremely toned physique.
The shot showed off not only the fun time the group was having, but also the stunning vistas of their vacation spot, which Amy highlighted with another post.
Amy shared a snippet from her beachside vacation in Turks and Caicos
She posted pictures of herself engaging in her favorite activity - a good bit of running, revealing she was training for the NYC half marathon while she was at it.
Amy and Andrew ran alongside their gorgeous surroundings, even including a shot of the deep blue water in front of them, as she wrote: "Half marathon training is a little easier this weekend @nyrr #nychalf #unitednychalf."
Her colleagues and fans took to the comments to cheer her on and wish her a happy break, as fellow GMA personality Gio Benitez wrote: "Have so much fun in your happy place! That beach [heart-eyed emojis]."
The GMA host is unwinding after her COVID diagnosis with her husband and parents
A fan commented: "Wow! Lucky You. Glad to see you back! Healthy and Smiling," with another saying: "Looks absolutely gorgeous ! You guys got out of NY just in the nick of time !! Enjoy the [sun emoji]."
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