You're about to see a whole lot less of Greenwich's Lara Spencer in the morning, new reports say.
Producers of ABC's "Good Morning America" are cutting the news anchor's airtime to focus on the trio of Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos and Michael Strahan, Page Six reports .
Spencer's colleague Amy Robach will also be losing time on the show, the article says.
Spencer, a longtime co-anchor, has a new production company for lifestyle shows and has signed a new contract with "Good Morning America" to allow her more time away from the camera, Page Six says.
The newswoman is the host of Flea Market Flip, a new show on GACTV and HGTV.
On Wednesday, she posted the above photo to Instagram with the following caption:
"From @goodmorningamerica to @fleamarketflip_ in just one hour!! Who's ready for a fabric project???"
In an interview with TheWrap last year, Spencer said she loved her "GMA" family but her passion has long been creating content.
“It’s all about really being organized and one step ahead," she said in the May 2017 article . "Today I did ‘GMA,’ came back [home] to Connecticut and went directly to the workshop for ‘Flea Market Flip’ and shot that. I could never do all these things if I didn’t have the support around me.”
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