November 23, 2020
Amicable exes Christina Anstead and Ex Tarek El Moussa, who were hitched from 2009 to 2018, recently joked about their past relationship, as shown in the new episode of their show.
Christina Anstead and Ex Tarek El Moussa starred on the hit television series airing on HGTV, "Flip or Flop." In the clip of their show's new episode, the former couple pokes fun at their past relationship, as reported by PEOPLE.
In the preview, Anstead and El Moussa, the doting parents of two children, daughter Taylor, 10, and son Brayden, 5, can be seen standing side by side for an on-camera interview.
El Moussa says, "One day...people are gonna go up to her and be like, 'You were actually married to that man? Christina, I can't believe you are around him.'"
Apparently, El Moussa intends to imply that Anstead is fortunate to have been married to him because he's a good catch. However, Anstead takes the remark another way. With a laugh, she says:
"I know, they already say that. Just their tone is a little different."
Since 2013, Anstead and El Moussa have co-hosted the HGTV renovation show together. They separated in 2016 after seven years of marriage and filed for divorce in 2017. The divorce was finalized a year later.
Back in July, El Moussa became engaged to blonde bombshell Heather Rae Young after dating for one year. The loved-up couple reportedly plans to tie the knot next year.
Earlier this month, Anstead officially filed for divorce from Ant after less than two years of marriage.
On the other hand, Anstead, who started working in the real domain industry after college, announced her split from her second husband, Ant Anstead, through an Instagram post on September 18.
The star uploaded a photo of herself and Ant walking into the sunset. In the caption, Anstead explained that she and Ant had settled on the tough decision to separate.
Anstead and Ant, who exchanged their wedding vows in December 2018 at their Newport Beach, California home, are appreciative of one another and maintained that their son, Hudson, would remain their top priority.
Earlier this month, Anstead officially filed for divorce from Ant after less than two years of marriage. Cassie Zebisch, Anstead's publicist, confirmed the news to PEOPLE.
Recently, Anstead fired back at claims that she is an absent mother because she is not with her children amid her divorce from Ant. She immediately took to social media to defend her parenting.
In her post, Anstead explained that she is with them and always present. She then told her critics to stop parent shaming and choosing sides when there is no side to choose.