Ali Wentworth shared a rare selfie of her and husband George Stephanopoulos at home in bed – and fans were loving it.
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The pair were snuggled in bed at their stunning New York home enjoying a “date night”, with Ali revealing that they tucked into pizza with hot honey and episodes of The Morning Show.
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The show’s star Julianne Marguiles – and Ali’s pal – was quick to comment, calling the evening “perfection”.
Julianne Moore called the scene “so cute” while others commented on how the pair were “couple goals”.
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George and Ali are parents to two teens, 19-year-old Elliot who recently left for college, and 16-year-old Harper, and they reside in New York after they relocated from Washington D.C. several years ago when George accepted his job at Good Morning America.
The pair met after being set up on a blind date by a mutual friend and were engaged shortly afterwards.
The pair shared this rare selfie
The family are incredibly close and Ali often gives snippets of their personal life and the dynamics in their household on her popular podcast, Go Ask Ali, recently revealing that Elliott caught Covid just before going away.
While it was difficult, Elliott’s ten days of isolation at home meant that she could discuss the worries she was facing surrounding her big move, and it helped both her and Ali.
George and Ali are parents to two girls
Ali explained: “So the two of us literally sat there for ten days going, ‘well, what if we really miss each other?,’ ‘what if I come and visit you?,’ ‘what if I want to come home?,’ ‘what if I cry all the time?,’ what if I don’t make friends?’
“And we literally got through every scenario and so by the time I took her to college, we had our own weird therapy group together to comfort each other.
“Now she’s really thriving at college.”
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