Amy Robach was spotted for the first time after she was taken off the air following the revelation of her alleged affair with co-anchor T.J. Holmes.

The anchor, 49, looked completely unfazed while walking her dog around her new New York City neighborhood on Wednesday.

Robach seemingly dressed for the occasion as she rocked a pair of green cargo pants and a white blouse, which she paired with a denim jacket and brown boots.

She styled her blond bob into a messy bun and opted for minimal makeup as she strolled the streets of downtown Manhattan.

Amy Robach was seen walking her dog days after she was pulled from “Good Morning America 3.”
This was the first time Robach was seen since last week.

Robach’s outing comes just days after “GMA3” executives decided to pull the couple from their daily 1 p.m. show after their rumored romance became an “internal and external distraction.”

Although Holmes and Robach’s alleged affair was “not a violation of company policy,” ABC News president Kim Godwin said it could tarnish the “GMA” brand.

Co-anchors Stephanie Ramos and Gio Benitez had to awkwardly break the news to their audience on Monday, saying the twosome had “the day off.”

Holmes, 45, and Robach’s alleged affair went public last week after photos of the pair getting cozy on vacation and in Manhattan bars leaked online.

News broke of Robach’s alleged affair with T.J. Holmes last week.

While the pair — who are both currently married to other people — have yet to comment on the matter, they showed up to work the next day “as a couple.”

“While producers had been freaking out and having meetings about whether it was right to put them back on air again together, they showed up as a couple and said they were ready and totally fine to go on air,” a source told Page Six, adding that they acted as if “nothing happened.”

T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach ignore alleged affair while co-hosting 'GMA3'
ABC executives says the pair’s rumored romance became a "distraction" to viewers.
Amy Robach and Andrew Shue from her facebook page.
Both Robach and Holmes are currently married to other people.

Although Holmes was nonchalant about the situation, his wife, Marilee Fiebig, was “blindsided” when she learned about the affair as she considered Robach a good friend.

Holmes and Fiebig were reportedly in the midst of repairing their marriage after she caught him cheating on her with another “GMA” producer, Natasha Singh, a few years prior.

Since news of that affair broke, numerous sources have come forward claiming Holmes cheated on his wife of 12 years with multiple other co-workers.

Meanwhile, Robach and her husband, Andrew Shue, are already close to finalizing their divorce and the news anchor has already moved out of their shared NYC home.