Tarek and Christina El Moussa, the stars of HGTV Flip or Flop, announced their resignation after seven years of marriage

Congratulations to Christina Anstead! The HGTV star, previously passed by Christina El Moussa on "Flip or Flop", and her new husband, Ant Anstead, announced Friday on Instagram that they were expecting a baby for the fall.

"@Ant_anstead and I are excited to announce the #babyanstead coming next September !! The kids are all so excited to meet their new sibling, "said the expectant mom who wrote a picture of herself holding an ultrasound and kissing her husband in the background.

The animator "Wheelers Dealers" also shared a picture Friday on Instagram of the couple's children from previous relationships, as well as the ultrasound photo, indicating: "And then …… there were five! And a half! will be five in September)! "

The announcement of the pregnancy comes just months after Christina, 35, and Ant, who turns 40 this month, were married at a surprise wedding in December at the couple's home in Newport Beach, California. California.

The former "Flip Gold Flop" star shares two children, her 8-year-old daughter Taylor and her 3-year-old son Brayden with her ex-husband and co-star of "Flip" Tarek El Moussa.

In 2017, the two separated after seven years of marriage in a highly publicized divorce.

Ant shares his son Archie, 12, and his daughter Amélie, 15, with his ex-Louise.

Christina will soon be the star of her own HGTV show, "Christina on the Coast," following her design business in Southern California and her personal life after the marriage breakdown.

"I'm really excited to do something for myself," she told HGTV about the series, which will begin in May. "I'm known for the design, so I think it would be great to be able to do a show for the sole purpose of helping people who want to design their homes.What's really great about this new show, it's all about it. is that he also focuses on my personal life., get engaged and get married, which is really exciting. "

Contribute: Bill Keveney

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