November 15, 2020
Ant Anstead made headlines after calling it quits with Christina Anstead. Amid their divorce, the television presenter looked dazzling in the new photo he recently shared on social media.
On November 6, Ant Anstead uploaded on Instagram a photo of himself looking fresh and happy. In the caption of the snap that already received over 27,000 likes, the 41-year-old wrote:
"2021 is about saying 'YES' to cool and exciting new projects outside my comfort zone."
The photo shows Anstead sitting comfortably in a car. He was all smiles as he posed for the camera, rocking a T-shirt and jeans. The star was holding a white glass.
Anstead's avid fans were quick to praise the good-looking male television host in the comments section. One delighted follower wrote: "Looking better than ever Ant!"
Back in September, Anstead and Christina, who started dating in October 2017, announced through social media that they were ending their relationship, as reported by US Weekly.
In her Instagram post, Christina explained that she and Anstead are grateful for one another and emphasized that their son, Hudson, will remain their top priority.
Unknown to many, Anstead also has a passion for writing.
Earlier this month, Anstead revealed that he will be leaving his Discovery show, "Wheeler Dealers." He cracked a joke, saying he cannot hold onto a job or his wives, as reported by PEOPLE.
Before tying the knot with Christina in December 2018, Anstead was married to Louise Anstead in 2005. The former partner, who share daughter Amelie and son Archie, divorced in 2017.
Meanwhile, as for his new projects, a representative for the media company that owns several networks, including HGTV and Discovery Channel, told PEOPLE that they could not share any additional details at the time.
Aside from "Wheelers Dealers," Anstead has also appeared on Christina's HGTV show, "Christina on the Coast," and several auto-focused shows back in the United Kingdom.
Anstead was a police officer who kicked off his law enforcement career when he was 18. Anstead later joined the tactical fire-arm unit. However, he decided to resign when he was 25.
Unknown to many, Anstead also has a passion for writing. He has penned to books, titled "Cops and Robbers: The Story of the British Police Car" and "Petrol Head Parenting: How to Diagnose and Nurture a Petrolhead."