Calling it quits. Christina Anstead and husband Ant Anstead have break up, she revealed via Instagram on Friday, September 18.
“Ant and I’ve made the troublesome resolution to separate,” the HGTV star, 37, captioned a photograph of the pair strolling into the sundown. “We are grateful for one another and as at all times, our kids will stay our precedence. We recognize your assist and ask for privateness for us and our household as we navigate the longer term.”
The couple tied the knot in December 2018 and welcomed their son, Hudson, in September 2019.
Christina was beforehand married to Tarek El Moussa from 2009 to 2018. The former couple share daughter Taylor, 9, and son Brayden, 5.
In April, the Christina on the Coast host opened as much as Us Weekly solely about her relationship with the England native and the way that they had grown as a pair.
“I really feel like I’m simply extra calm,” the Wellness Remodel writer stated on the time. “I don’t know if it’s simply me getting older, however issues that used to hassle me, or that I used to take personally, or possibly since going by way of a public divorce. I similar to, actually, it takes lots to hassle me these days. I don’t actually sweat the small stuff in any respect and I simply really feel like I’m extra affected person. It’s most likely only a mixture of age and being by way of a bunch of stuff in my life.”
“We’ll, like, textual content one another random recipes proper now throughout isolation,” the California native informed Us on the time. “She’ll, like, ship me no matter her favourite go-to granola bar is, and I’ll textual content her again no matter mine is.”
On Monday, September 14, the Flipping 101 With Tarek El Moussa host, 39, shared that he and his spouse have an unimaginable coparenting relationship.
“We’re cordial and we filmed collectively,” he informed Us, referring to approaching episodes of Flip or Flop, during which he costars in with Christina, which are set to air in October. “We’re not hanging out on Sundays having barbecues, however you already know, it’s all good. Life goes on and we’re good. We’re doing nice filming collectively. The children are nice. And life is sweet.”
He added that after every thing they’ve been by way of, coparenting is “a stroll within the park.”
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