Disgraced Matt Lauer and ex-wife reunite for daughter’s high school graduation

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Matt Lauer and his ex-wife, Annette Roque, put on a united front over the weekend for their 18-year-old daughter’s high school graduation.

The disgraced “Today” show host and his ex seemed to be on good terms as they reunited, greeting each other before Romy’s ceremony in East Hampton, New York, on Sunday.

Roque, 55, wore a white lace dress paired with pearl earrings and nude heels as she carried a bouquet of flowers for their daughter.

Lauer, 64, sported a beige jacket, white dress pants, sunglasses and a white baseball cap.

As for the recent grad, Romy styled her black gown and cap with white heels as she proudly accepted her diploma.

As Page Six previously reported, Lauer and Roque were married for 21 years before calling it quits in 2019 after the former news host was fired from the “Today” show amid a torrent of sexual misconduct allegations.

In addition to Romy, the two also share sons Jack, 21, and Thijs, 15.

Despite appearing to be on amicable terms now, Lauer and Roque, a former model, had a rocky marriage and divorce.

Once the allegations against Lauer surfaced, a source close to Roque claimed she suffered her own “hell” from the very beginning and only stayed for the kids. She allegedly also regretted not divorcing him earlier.

Their divorce was finalized in September 2019. Page Six exclusively revealed at the time that Roque got up to $20 million from it, along with their Hamptons horse farm in Water Mill.

Although Lauer has kept a pretty low profile since his public fall from grace, he has made several appearances on Romy’s TikTok account prior to attending her graduation.

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