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Is TJ Holmes Filed for Divorce: When Did They Tied The Knot?

It’s well knowledge that Loutelious “T. J.” Holmes, Jr. is a famous American journalist and TV host on a national scale. In the beginning of his career, Holmes was a well-known face in the media world because of his work as a CNN anchor and correspondent. He was the CNN Weekend Morning host for five years.

After striking a multi-platform talent agreement with BET Networks that includes the new show Don’t Sleep, Holmes left CNN at year’s end 2011. With the show’s discontinuation in 2013, BET and Holmes went their separate ways.

Is TJ Holmes Filed for Divorce?

After more than a decade of marriage, T.J. Holmes and Marilee Fiebig have decided to divorce.

The co-anchor of GMA3: What You Need To Know, 45, and the powerful attorney, who has been married for 12 years, have filed for divorce.

The complaint comes after November photos surfaced of Holmes and his coworker Amy Robach. They’re dating, according to a source who spoke to PEOPLE.

Holmes and Robach, who is married to actor Andrew Shue of Melrose Place, were “two consenting adults who were each separated,” according to a source. “They separated from their partners around the same time in August, just weeks apart. The two of them didn’t start dating until after.”


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Robach, 49, “was going through a heartache and T.J. was very much there for her and supportive, and that is when they started something,” according to a second source.

Holmes and Robach deleted their Instagram accounts when news of their connection spread. They haven’t said much about their relationship in public, but they did hint at it on a recent episode of GMA3’s What You Need To Know.

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When Did They Tied The Knot?

Having wed in March of 2010, the couple’s daughter Sabine was born in 2013. Holmes has a daughter, Brianna, with his ex-wife Amy Ferson, and a son, Jaiden.

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