Christina Anstead shows off bright smile shooting Flip or Flop in Southern California after filing for joint physical and legal custody of son Hudson with estranged husband Ant Anstead
- Star, 37, announced split from husband in September
- She and Ant are parents to son Hudson, one
- She shares daughter Taylor, 10, and and son Brayden, five, with Tarek El Moussa
Christina Anstead beamed Wednesday as she was spotted in Yorba Linda, California filming her hit series Flip or Flop.
The 37-year-old beauty’s co-star and ex-husband Tarek El Moussa was not seen on the location of the shoot, as they share the spotlight on the reality show, which is in its 10th season since hitting the air in 2013.
On Wednesday, the Christina on the Coast star was in a jovial mood as she was seen toting a wine bottle in the upscale Orange County suburb.
Stunning: Christina Anstead, 37, beamed Wednesday as she was spotted in Yorba Linda, California filming her hit series Flip or Flop
The HGTV stunner had her blonde locks parted with black sunglasses on the autumn day, paring a pink tank top with black torn jeans and spiked black boots. She accessorized with hoop earrings, a black purse and a beaded bracelet.
Christina shares daughter Taylor, 10, and and son Brayden, five, with ex-husband Tarek and son Hudson, one, with Wheeler Dealers star Ant Anstead, who she filed for divorce from earlier this month, citing irreconcilable differences.
On Wednesday, she filed for joint physical and legal custody of Hudson, People reported, about two months after news broke of their split this past September.
Christina first began seeing Ant in October of 2017, and they exchanged vows at the home they shared in Newport Beach in December of 2018. Christina announced their separation September 18, saying, ‘Ant and I have made the difficult decision to separate.
The HGTV stunner had her blonde locks parted with black sunglasses on the autumn day, paring a pink tank top with black ton jeans and spiked black boots
The 37-year-old beauty ex-husband Tarek El Moussa share the spotlight on the reality show, which is in its 10th season since hitting the air in 2013
‘We are grateful for each other and as always, our children will remain our priority,’ she said. ‘We appreciate your support and ask for privacy for us and our family as we navigate the future.’
Ant on September 26 posted a picture of the pair, implying that the split came at Christina’s request.
‘Anyone who really knows me knows that I don’t like to share private matters publicly,’ he said. ‘I have remained silent while holding on to hope. I never gave up on us. I pray Christina’s decision brings her happiness.’
Defending herself: Christina took to with social media earlier this month to strike back at commenters who had tabbed her ‘an absent mother’ amid her thriving career
Christina took to with social media earlier this month to strike back at commenters who had tabbed her ‘an absent mother’ amid her thriving career.
‘When I get told “you must be an absent mother because you are not with your kids” – smh wake up people,’ Christina said, using an abbreviation of a term for disapproval, shaking my head.
Christina said she doesn’t post much on her account and isn’t looking to share images of her kids ‘every freaking day to make it a contest of who’s a better parent.’
She added: ‘This doesn’t mean I’m not with my kids – it means the opposite – I am with them- I’m present. So stop parent shaming people, stop choosing sides when there is no side to choose.’