GEORGE Stephanopoulos has been spotted looking solemn during a solo stroll while dealing with his “painful” family life.
The Good Morning America host, 52, was pictured walking along carrying his own book, The Situation Room, in New York City on Tuesday.
Wise Owl for The US SunGeorge Stephanopoulos has been spotted looking solemn during a solo stroll while dealing with his ‘painful’ family life[/caption]
Wise Owl for The US SunThe Good Morning America host, 52, was pictured walking along carrying his own book, The Situation Room, in New York City on Tuesday[/caption]
gstephanopoulos/InstagramGeorge and his wife Ali Wentworth (far left) have been struggling with life after their daughters Harper (left) and Elliott (right) left home[/caption]
George wrapped up for the walk, wearing a navy puffer jacket over a white shirt and red sweater.
The TV anchor completed the outfit with a pair of beige chinos and white sneakers.
He carried his new book, The Situation Room: The Inside Story of Presidents in Crisis, which details stories from the White House Situation Room.
The book recounts pivotal moments from a dozen administrations, including when Presidents John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan were shot to the hours after the 9/11 attacks, ABC reported.
George appeared to be shipping the book at a FedEx location.
It is scheduled to be published on May 14, 2024.
He was not joined by his wife, Ali Wentworth, for the somber outing.
George and Ali have admitted in the past that they have struggled with being empty-nesters at home.
Wise Owl for The US SunGeorge wrapped up for the walk, wearing a navy puffer jacket over a white shirt and red sweater[/caption]
Wise Owl for The US SunHe carried his new book, The Situation Room: The Inside Story of Presidents in Crisis, which details stories from the White House Situation Room[/caption]
Both their daughters Harper, 18, and Elliott, 21, moved out of the family home earlier this year.
George and Ali dropped Harper off at college earlier this fall.
Ali shared photos of Harper on Instagram and wrote: “We dropped our baby off at college. Everyone is saying ‘she’s ready to launch!’
“But…I don’t think I’m ready! I don’t want to stop making pasta with vodka sauce, picking up wet towels, cuddling up to her familiar scent.”
“As Joni Mitchell once wrote – ‘the bed’s too big, the frying pan too wide.’”
Ali went on: “I know our daughter will thrive. But man, it’s brutal on the parents. If you feel inclined- please send me baked goods. I’ll be under my covers.”
Recently, both George and Ali admitted to putting on a brave face while dealing with life at home without their kids.
Ali took to Instagram with a photo of herself sitting beside George, both wearing somber expressions.
She captioned the photo: “Trying to put on a brave front. #emptynesters”
Last month, Ali also shared a picture with her so-called emotional support dog on Instagram.
Ali took to her personal account to share a snap of herself with the family dog, Cooper.
The photo, which Ali captioned “Emotional support dog,” featured her with her arms wrapped around the patient pup.
gstephanopoulos/InstagramGeorge’s daughter Harper (right) went to college earlier this fall[/caption]
Wise Owl for The US SunHis wife Ali admitted they were struggling to cope[/caption]