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Tarek El Moussa Shares Sweet Post After Ex Christina Anstead Announces Pregnancy

Tarek El Moussa Opens a New Window. shared a sweet post about his kids on Friday, March 22, after his ex-wife, Christina Anstead Opens a New Window. , announced her pregnancy.

“My loves my life my everything .. this picture represents the most important part of my life…being a father!!!!!” the Flip or Flop star, 37, captioned a photo that showed him sitting on a sofa with his kids with Anstead, daughter Taylor, 8, and son Brayden, 3.

“No matter what happens during my day…I never take negativity home with me,” he added. “When I have my babies I come home and can’t help but smile. I smile because I know no matter what we all love each other and nothing can break our bond. I just adore these two:).”

His post came on the same day that Anstead, 35, revealed that she is expecting her first child with new husband Ant Anstead.

“@ant_anstead and I are so excited to announce #babyanstead coming this September,” the HGTV star captioned an Instagram photo of the couple holding her sonogram pic on Friday. “The kids are all so excited to meet their new sibling #5 #Gonnaneedabiggercar.” She was later spotted out sporting a tiny baby bump.

The British TV host, 39, who has two kids — Amelie, 15, and Archie, 12, with ex-wife Louise — also shared the news on his Instagram account.

The reality TV star and the Wheeler Dealers host wed in December 2018 after a little over a year of dating. She and El Moussa split in December 2016 after seven years of marriage but still work together on Flip or Flop.

Christina told Us Weekly exclusively in February that her ex-husband wished her well after her wedding.

“He texted both me and Ant, ‘Congratulations.’ I think it’s really good closure for all of us and it’s a fresh start for him as well,” she told Us while promoting her upcoming HGTV show, Christina on the Coast. She added that she “definitely” hopes El Moussa finds “someone who treats my kids very well, just like Ant treats my kids.”

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