Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes’ exes, Andrew Shue and Marilee Fiebeg, weren’t close before affair drew them together

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes’ exes, Andrew Shue and Marilee Fiebeg, weren’t close before affair drew them together

Pictures don’t always tell the whole story.

After Page Six broke the news that the ex-spouses of scandalous couple Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes are now dating each other, photos of the exes resurfaced.

The two selfies, one from 2016 and one from 2017, both show Andrew Shue and Marilee Fiebeg – Robach and Holmes exes, respectively – looking very pally, their faces pressed up against other. The cozy snaps led many to believe Shue and Fiebeg have been tight for years.

But sources say they really didn’t know each other all that well until after their marriages fell apart around a year ago amid Robach and Holmes’ affair.

We’re told “Melrose Place” star Shue and immigration lawyer Fiebeg had a “long-time [social] friendship” because Robach and Holmes were work friends.

(Holmes joined ABC in 2014 and Robach has been there since 2012. They began co-hosting “GMA3” in 2020).

“T.J. and Amy were [initially] work friends, so they’d all hang out here and there, but [Fiebeg and Shue] weren’t that close,” a source told Page Six.

But we’re told Fiebeg and Shue developed a stronger friendship in the aftermath of their divorces, and eventually started dating about six months ago.

Sources say Holmes and Robach, whose affair came to light after they were snapped on an intimate getaway in December 2022, “have known about their romance for months” but that Fiebig and Shue have “kept it within a close inner circle.”

“It’s not something they want to publicize. They care deeply about each other, but [the relationship is] still developing,” the source said.

Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes deny ever cheating ont heir exes. The US Sun/MEGA

Sources told us Shue and Fiebeg grew suspicious of their exes’ cozy work relationship and “naturally developed a bond” once they figured out their exes were stepping out on them with each other.(Holmes and Robach have denied cheating on them).

But the news couples’ adultery isn’t the only thing that brought them closer. They also “both have very strong family values, and philanthropic endeavors,” the source said.

Fiebig and Shue hanging out with their exes’ former ABC News colleague Michael Strahan in 2017. Marilee Fiebig/Instagram

Fiebig works as the chief diversity officer of Save the Children, and Shue, an actor turned entrepreneur, founded

Holmes and Robach have launched a new podcast since ‘GMA’ fired them over the scandal. ajrobach/Instagram

And unlike Robach and Holmes, we don’t expect to see them smooching on red carpets anytime soon – or perhaps ever.

“They’re very private. It’s awful they have to rehash all of this. It feels unfortunate they have to live [Amy and T.J.’s] public show,” the source concluded.

Shue and Fiebig did not comment.