David Muir shares moving family photo while away from GMA studios

Ahad Sanwari

David Muir must have left an empty space for the Hello america studios as he left for his final jet set assignment.

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However, his presence at home is even more missing, as he shared a photo showing that there is a member of his family who can’t wait for him to return.

The ABC presenter posted a photo on Instagram of his dog, Axel, looking through the glass as if emotionally waiting for someone to arrive.

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David could clearly sense his mood and also missed his four-legged companion, writing in the caption of the post: “Almost there.”

Fans could sense Axel’s longing for his owner and left several heart emojis in the comments section, as one wrote: “That’s sweet! He’s waiting for his dad!”

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Another commented: “Hi honey, you are so beautiful”, with a third adding: “This is called unconditional love from you for him”, and another saying: “Wait for my Pops.”


David shared a photo of his dog watching him while away from home on a mission

The Night line star is a bit far from home, first during the COP 26 world climate summit and since then he has shed light on the emotional state of children in southern Madagascar.

David participated in and led a series of reports on the state of the region, affected by climate-induced famine, and how hunger and malnutrition have increased.

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He recently received an emotional update of the company when he learned that his hard work had helped raise an incredible amount of money for the cause.

The World Food Program thanked David in a recent Twitter post which read: “From @DavidMuir’s in-depth look at the world’s first climate-induced famine in #Madagascar for @ABCNews last week, $ 3.2 million have been collected Please continue to support our efforts to help families like those in Madagascar.

The anchor’s recent efforts have raised a significant amount for charity

The journalist’s fans constantly thanked him for bringing these issues to light and pledged to donate, greatly helping the cause.

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