August 18, 2020
Christina Anstead and her ex-husband Tarek El Moussa seem to have figured out the best way to co-parent their children during the quarantine.
Going through a divorce can be a hectic process. The court battles can be tiresome, and when kids are involved, it changes the way things are done as their feelings need to be considered.
Christina Anstead finalized her divorce from Tarek El Moussa in 2018, and over the years, they have worked out a suitable means of co-parenting their two children: Taylor and Brayden.
Christina Anstead visits "Extra" on May 22, 2019, in Universal City, California. | Source: Getty Images
In a chat with David Scott of "Daily Access," Anstead opened up about how she and Tarek worked on co-parenting, especially during this quarantine period.
In the video chat, Anstead revealed that she and El Moussa ensured that they spent a lot of time communicating to ensure that they co-parent correctly. She said:
"We just make sure we are on the same page. And that everything we are doing is in the kids' best interest."
Anstead added that she and El Moussa lived close to each other hence it was easy for them to drive back and forth to pick up the kids and see them when necessary.
Their marriage might not have worked, but the pair are determined to be happy for each other.
She further reiterated that she and El Moussa worked together, so it was easy for them, and despite their busy schedules, they ensured that they openly communicated with each other.
Anstead, who takes the lead role in the show "Christina On the Coast," revealed that the show was back, and fans could expect to see more designs and new aspects of her life she had not shared before. Speaking of the show, Anstead said:
"The scenes are going to sit a little bit more. You get to see me and the kids navigate through our personal lives."
While trying to juggle being a mother and work, Anstead is grateful for the help she is getting from her husband, Ant Anstead, whom she married in 2018 and with whom she has an eleven-month-old son, Hudson.
With her former husband Tarek El Moussa, Christina is thankful for the united front they put on when it comes to taking care of their children as it could have been a mess if they both did not put the kids first.
For Anstead and El Moussa, their marriage might not have worked, but the pair are determined to be happy for each other while making sure they put their kids' needs first.