Robin Roberts makes the heartbreaking announcement

The “brave and daring” Barbara Walters was honored by the anchor of Good Morning America, Robin Roberts, who paid tribute to her. Robin, who is presently on a Christmas vacation with her partner Amber Laign, went to social media to pay tribute to the “trailblazer,” who passed away at the age of 93. Robin and Amber Laign are celebrating Christmas together.

“Barbara Walters, who was 93 years old when she died, passed away in the comfort of her own home. A life and a woman of enormous significance. One who blazes new trails in every sense of the word. Fearless and fearless are the first two things that come to mind when I think of you “A picture that Robin had posted online included a caption that described her and her friend Barbara.

“In addition to that, she was quite sweet and generous. I still clearly recall our very first face-to-face encounter. At the same event, the two of us gave presentations. After that, I had the flowers sent, and she thanked me in a note that was penned almost immediately “She went on to say more.

“I am grateful to Barbara for the wonderful example she has set and for her friendship. My deepest condolences go out to her daughter and the rest of her family.”

Barbara got her start in journalism in 1961 with NBC. Her father was a booking agent, and she followed in his footsteps. She was not just the first female co-host of a US news program but also the first female network news anchor on an evening broadcast. She achieved this feat by working her way up through the ranks of a profession that was predominately held by men.

She became the co-host of 20/20 in 1979 and founded The View in 1997, where she continued to serve as a co-host until 2014. She began her career with ABC News in 1976 and went on to build an amazing and expansive career. At the time, her annual compensation with ABC was $1 million, which catapulted her to the status of a media superstar.

After then, Barbara was awarded a total of twelve Emmys, and she conducted interviews with a wide variety of famous people, including every president of the United States from Richard Nixon to Donald Trump.

In 2014, she decided to step away from the screen.

On Friday, the following was written in a statement that was distributed by her publicist, Cindi Berger: “Barbara Walters died without suffering in the comfort of her own home, surrounded by family and friends. She has no remorse for the way she conducted her life. She broke new ground not only for other female journalists but also for all women in general.”