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“I am grateful for my sister, Sally-Ann, for being my donor and giving me the gift of life.
I am grateful for my entire family, my longtime girlfriend, Amber, and friends as we prepare to celebrate a glorious new year together.
Robin Roberts shared her first photo of girlfriend Amber Laign on ABC’s “Good Morning America” Monday and said she’s the “happiest” she’s ever been. The only shock is how interested everyone else is,” Ladonna Laign, 73, from Clayton, Calif., told the Daily News on Monday. We’re just thrilled to death for them and wishing them the best of luck," she continued. She’s the best.” Roberts’ first on-camera comments about Laign came Monday morning after she publicly acknowledged in a touching year-end message posted online last week that she is a lesbian.
Laign’s mom, meanwhile, said she’s tickled over Roberts’ public pronouncements of love for her daughter. Roberts smiled and appeared to get choked up as she discussed the picture of Laign posing with her family at the Baton Rouge wedding of Roberts' niece over the weekend.
29, the one-year anniversary of when she passed the critical 100-day milestone following the transplant that saved her life.
She underwent the tricky transplant to treat myelodysplastic syndrome, a rare blood disorder associated with her prior treatment for breast cancer.
“I’m very happy for the support.” Stephanopoulos said he hoped Roberts and Laign felt all the love “coming back” their way.
“You all look so happy there,” co-anchor George Stephanopoulos said.She and Laign spent their holiday break vacationing in the Turks and Caicos and later in Maine, she told viewers Monday. I have arrived for our interview with an album packed full of images from the remarkable life of the 54-year-old coanchor of ABC's Good Morning America, and, to my amazement, from the moment Roberts sees the first photo, her tears flow freely.This is how I envision my family, though my parents are now deceased, and I get so woo-woo. My dad was in the Air Force, and when I was this age I would pick up the phone and answer, "Colonel Roberts' quarters.[Begins to cry.] I think of myself as that little girl who's scratching herself; my mom kept saying, "Stop scratching." I'm, like, "Why do you have me in a dress? Robin speaking." My dad was, like, "No, honey, this is our home." But I truly loved everything about my dad's being in the military. Less than a year later, my father passed away, just before he turned 82.