Christina Haack has a new boyfriend! The reality star was seen leaving the airport with Joshua Hall. The news of her relationship comes after the HGTV host’s split from Ant Anstead.
In 2018, Christina had confirmed her split from Ant. The news of their divorce came as a shock to many. Christina had married Ant after her split from Tarek El Moussa. The pair had been married for two years before they filed for divorce.
Everything we know about Christina Haack’s new boyfriend Joshua Hall
Unlike Christina, Joshua has kept his private life away from the media. As per Page Six, Joshua was once a police officer. Unfortunately, his injuries did not permit him to carry on with his duty.
Speaking about the injuries, Joshua said: “Before my 16-year career was cut short due to injuries sustained in the line of duty ultimately leading to early retirement, I took great pride in helping people with everyday difficulties and putting them at ease.”
Reports reveal Joshua is working as a real estate agent at the moment. It is also reported that since 2017, Joshua has been living in Austin. Meanwhile, his hometown is said to be Southern California. It is unclear at the moment if Joshua has a social media profile as Christina has not been following anyone on her page.
Reality star’s relationship explored
Joshua and Christina have kept their romance under the wraps for a long time. As per a source close to Christina, the pair have been “dating for a few months.” It is unclear how the two met.
Their relationship came to light after Christina and Joshua were spotted holding hands while leaving the airport. The pair were reportedly on their way to Mexico to celebrate Christina’s birthday.
Another source told People, “They’ve enjoyed getting to know each other one-on-one without outside noise.”
Split from Ant Anstead explored
Ant and Christina had mentioned “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their divorce. However, the pair never openly discussed what went wrong in their marriage.
In an interview, Ant had revealed how the divorce affected him. He said: It really hit me hard. The impact on me, my sleep, my diet, my stress, it showed. But I reached this turning point where I was either going to dwell in the darkness or I was just going to slap myself around the face a few times and say, ‘Wake up; you’re incredibly blessed. Focus on all the great things.’”