Ten years ago, Robin Roberts took her seat as news anchor on ” Good Morning America,” and what a decade it’s been. She has traveled the world, covered tragedies like Hurricane Katrina and the Haitian earthquake to celebrations like the royal wedding, and been there to say “Good Morning America” to millions of families each and every day.
“Thank you all, but most importantly thank you at home for allowing me to say ‘Good Morning America’ for ten years,” Robin said today. “I love this family. What a blessing. Charlie and Diane, to have learned from the absolute best like that. They taught me what family is and that’s what I have here. I’ll be forever gratefully to them and to everyone.”
“GMA” celebrated Robin today, looking back at her journey and adventures on the show. George Stephanopoulos presented Robin with a photo book from the entire “GMA” staff.
“You have taught us the most important three words: Faith, Family, Friends,” the inscription on the Snapfish photo book reads. “From each and every GMA family member, thank you for making every day special.”
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