Months after Robin Roberts was outed in multiple reports and rumored to wed her partner Storm Sahara, the Good Morning America co-anchor has reportedly tied the knot with her.
RhymesWithSnitch reported on June 18 that "several media outlets" including their company, received an email that Roberts "tied the knot June 1, 2013." The website does not reveal who sent out the email but wrote that Roberts and Sahara wed in their Manhattan apartment located on the Upper West Side in New York City.
Sahara is a mother to a 13-year-old daughter but has plans to expand her brood with Roberts, according to the report. The couple have been "discussing an addition to their family" the email reads, adding that they are in "serious talks about adoption" or the idea of Sahara delivering a child through a natural birth.
The couple is also considering penning a "tell-all book detailing the details of their relationship of the last 5 years" reads the email.
The National Enquirer was the first to report about Robert and Sahara's relationship in article published on Feb. 27, one week after Roberts returned to GMA. She stayed off of the air for five months and underwent treatment for a bone marrow transplant at the time.
The pair split during Roberts' medical leave and the GMA anchor vowed to win her back at the time and marry her if they reconciled, an insider told National Enquirer.
"Storm didn't want to be in the spotlight, and the relationship soured," the source explained of the breakup. "Robin was devastated, but understood why they broke up in the National Enquirer article. "Now that Robin has recovered from her illness, she's going to try and get Storm back in her life."
"She realized over the course of her illness how much she truly loved Storm and vowed that if she made it through, she would not only rekindle their love - but she would ask Storm to marry her and have a gay wedding," the insider also revealed.
Media Takeout published an eyewitness account on March 26 of someone seeing Roberts and Sahara together picking up a marriage certificate at Manhattan's City Clerk's Office on March 25. According to the onlooker, their presence had the "entire place buzzing."