'GMA' Co-Host Lara Spencer Separating From Husband

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Lara Spencer at the 2015 Oscars

She's been married to CNN reporter-turned-real-estate-broker David Haffrenreffer for 15 years.

Good Morning America co-host Lara Spencer and her husband, David Haffrenreffer, have decided to end their marriage after 15 years, a rep for the ABC morning show confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

Spencer, who is on vacation from GMA this week, was named co-host last April after finalizing a long-term deal to stay with the highly-rated morning show. She had been the show's lifestyle anchor since 2011.

In a statement released to the New York Post, which first reported on the split over the weekend, the couple said, “After a lot of thought, care and consideration, we have decided to end our marriage. It’s a sad decision that did not come easily, especially because we respect and love each other and our children. They remain our top priority. We will raise them and care for them together.”

Haffrenreffer is currently a broker at real-estate firm Houlihan Lawrence in Greenwich, CT. He previously contributed to CNN morning show Ahead of the Curve.