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Amy Robach’s Boob Job – Before And After Images

Amy Robach Plastic Surgery

It is no secret Amy Robach went under the knife to enhance her appearance. Of course, the tv presenter wants to look her best, just like most of us. Learn all about Amy Robach’s boob job plastic surgery.

Amy was born on February 6, 1973 in St. Joseph, Michigan. She holds a college degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Georgia. Young Robach also competed on Miss Georgia in 1994 and ended on a great 5th place. She used to work as a national correspondent for NBC but switched to ABC in 2012. She was married to Tim Macintosh until 2008. She now lives with her second husband Andrew Shue. Robach was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013. Her treatment was complicated because cancer has spread but she is healed now.

Amy Robach's Body Measurements
Height1.65 m, 5’5” (feet & inches)
Weight54 kg, 118 pounds
Cup Size (US)Cup Size B
Body ShapeBanana Body Shape
Dress Size (US)Dress Size 4
Shoe Size (US)Shoe Size 8
Amy Robach's Plastic Surgeries
Nose job (Rhinoplasty)N/A
Boob job Breast AugmentationYes
Breast ReductionN/A
Facelift (Rhytidectomy)N/A
LipsN/A
FillersN/A
BotoxN/A
LiposuctionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt Lift (Buttock Lift)N/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A
Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)N/A

Amy Robach - Plastic Surgery Photos

Amy Robach Boob Job
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Quotes by Amy Robach

Having cancer is one thing; looking like you have cancer is another thing. It’s a disease that already takes so much.

Amy Robach

I am going to cut my hair very short; I’ve never done this before… I want to say I had something to do with how I look, not the cancer.

Amy Robach

When I give my time to a worthy cause, it’s time well spent. Lending a voice to help raise money – or perhaps just awareness – is the least I can do to give back. When I spend time with people who are fighting for children, it puts everything into perspective.

Amy Robach

I have two cousins with juvenile diabetes. They both contracted the disease before the age of 5, and it was so heartbreaking watching them go through daily blood tests and injections. It is such a difficult disease to live with and requires constant attention; a tough thing to explain to a child.

Amy Robach

My husband, Andrew Shue, is the co-founder of Do Something, and we both speak and present at awards ceremonies. It’s absolutely amazing and humbling to see all the work so many young people are contributing to better their communities on both a local and global front.

Amy Robach
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