GOOD Morning America meteorologist Ginger Zee has ditched her regular makeup in a sweet family photo.
Ginger, 42, decided to appear barefaced as she posed with her husband and children at the California beach.
The GMA star is married to hubby Ben Aaron, a New York-based media personnel.
The happy couple shares two young sons: Adrian, six, and Miles, four.
In the Instagram photo, the ABC star donned a red hoodie as she went glam-free with no eyeliner and lipstick.
Ben’s mother, Janis Yudelson Salerno, joined in on the fun with her grandchildren as the entire group huddled for the shot.
Ginger captioned the wholesome post: “Family time is the best time, always.
“The boys got a second shot at the Bay Area and loved being with grandpas and grandmas galore.”
In her sweet post, the chief meteorologist at ABC News also promised fans she would be back at work on Monday.
MISSING FROM THE SHOW
While the ABC star has been enjoying some time off, weather anchor Sam Champion, 61, filled in for her.
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Sam recently posted a selfie of himself as he ditched his shirt and drank his cup of coffee in the garden.
He wrote: “Good Morning #bringcoffee.”
The Dancing With The Stars alum uploaded another photo of himself with his husband, Rubem Robierb.
The couple cuddled up while enjoying their breakfast together.
He added: “Breakfast of Champions.”
While promoting his spot on the ABC program, a troll jumped to the comments section and said: “I would rather see GINGER.”
Despite the criticism, the anchor continued to post on social media and report on the weather.
OUT OF OFFICE
Ginger previously shared photos from her family vacation in California amid her beak.
She uploaded snapshots of a cloudy beach, her oldest son Adrian, and a rose bush growing along a fence.
Ginger added the hashtag: “#ooo,” which is the abbreviation for out of office.
‘NOBODY IS PERFECT’
Just before heading off on vacation, the TV personality reported on a winter storm warning in effect over New Mexico, when it was actually snowing in Albuquerque during her bulletin.
The meteorologist clarified her mistake: “I remember talking about the storm moving east and impacting y’all as a forecast since you were in a winter weather advisory from NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).
“Sorry if it got confusing. But it was meant for the future, not the present. I am sure I just didn’t explain well by going so fast (trying to cover so much).”
After a troll commented on “the backhanded response,” Ginger added: “Meteorology has come so far, and we are quite good, but you are correct. Nobody is perfect.”