GOOD Morning America star Robin Roberts has admitted her gratitude for her GMA co-anchors in a new post on social media.
Recently the ABC anchor revealed that she was “grateful for all of her co-stars” in an Instagram post that showed her receiving a major “honor” from the National Press Foundation.
YoutTube/Nation Press FoundationRobin Roberts said she’s ‘grateful for all of her co-stars’ in a new post[/caption]
Rod Lamkey Jr.The 62-year-old received an award from the National Press Foundation[/caption]
In photos the GMA host added on social media, she was posed with fellow journalists.
The 62-year-old was dressed in a pin-striped business suit, which she accessorized with a necklace and earrings, in the snaps, smiling big as she held her award plaque.
The TV personality’s Instagram slide show also included a snap of Robin speaking at the NPF podium.
Robin explained in her caption that the NPF granted her the “2022 Award of Excellence in Broadcast Journalism.”
“Such an honor to be recognized by the @national_press with their 2022 Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism,” Robin captioned.
“The National Press Foundation believes in making good journalists better and I know what they mean when they say that, because I live it everyday.
“To the journalists in these photos and my entire @abcnews family…
“You make me a better journalist and I am grateful to each and every one of you.”
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In Robin’s comment section, fans emphasized that she more than “deserved” her award from the NPF.
“So well deserved…..you are the epitome of the kindest soul…keep on doing what God is calling you to do…,” one fan praised.
Another fan raved: “Robin, you’re a remarkable human being! I always love to witness all that you do…”
A third fan remarked: “Thank you for exemplifying excellence always!!!”
Someone else expressed: “Congratulations well deserved. You are just so amazing. The best.”
“Continue greatness Robin Roberts. You’re always an inspiration,” a fifth person championed.
ROBIN’S BIG MOMENT
Robin skipped out on last Friday’s morning talk show broadcast to attend the prestigious DC gala the night before.
The former GMA weather presenter Tony Perkins, 63, recently shared a photo with Robin at the NPF Awards online.
The Get Up DC! anchor captioned the Twitter post: “Reunited and it feels so good! So wonderful to see @RobinRoberts at the #NationalPressFoundation awards dinner tonight in DC.”
Tony continued: “So proud of you, Robin! Congratulations and great to see you! @GMA.”
Robin reposted the tweet, which showcased the pair at the Waldorf Astoria where the ceremony was held, while also responding to the WMMJ radio host.
The Peabody Award winner wrote: “Yes indeed!! Did my heart good to see you tonight. Much appreciated blast from the past!”
Per the NPF website, the annual journalism awards dinner was held to “honor Robin Roberts of Good Morning America and other top journalists.”
Robin’s award is formally known as the Sol Taishoff Award.
GettyThe GMA star posted photos from the prestigious event on social media[/caption]
ABCMany fans thought Robin’s award was ‘well deserved’[/caption]
YoutTube/Nation Press FoundationRobin missed last Friday’s broadcast to attend the NPF gala the night before[/caption]