Christina El Moussa is apparently examining her priorities, after her husband and “Flip of Flop” costar Tarek El Moussa filed for divorce.
Christina took to her Instagram account Wednesday — the day after news broke that her husband had filed for divorce — to offer fans an update on her state of mind.
“A lot going on lately,” El Moussa wrote. “But making time for what’s important is what’s really important.”
El Moussa ended her update with the hashtags “#priorities” and “#tayAndBray,” the latter an apparent reference to the estranged couple’s children, daughter Taylor and son Brayden.
Tarek El Moussa filed for divorce on Jan. 9, weeks after the couple publicly announced their split, citing the ever-popular “irreconcilable differences.”
The El Moussas announced the separation in December, months after a May incident during which law enforcement responded to a report of a “possibly suicidal male with a gun.” The call was made after Tarek retrieved a gun from the couple’s Orange County, Calif., home and wandered into Chino Hills State Park.
Tarek told deputies that he headed to the park to “blow off some steam,” and that he brought the gun with him as protection against mountain lions and rattlesnakes.
Earlier this month, In Touch reported that “inappropriate texting” between Christina and her now-boyfriend, contractor Gary Anderson, may have led to the gun incident.
Citing an “insider,” In Touch said that Christina El Moussa “grew close” to Anderson after the couple hired him to work on their pool in 2015. While Tarek “was suspicious” that his wife was involved with somebody else, the insider said, the situation came to a head in May when “Tarek saw Christina’s phone and [believed] there was some inappropriate texting going on between Christina and Gary,” according to In Touch.
The situation caused him to storm out of their Orange County, Calif., home with a gun, In Touch’s insider said.
The El Moussas, who confirmed late last year that they’ve dated other people since their split, denied that they were seeing other people before the breakup. “Neither of us was involved in a romantic relationship with any third party prior to our separation, or believes the other was,” they told In Touch.
“Flip or Flop,” which premiered in 2013, revolves around the El Moussas, real estate agents who buy distressed properties and renovate them.
In a statement to TheWrap, HGTV, which airs the series, said that the show “will continue production as scheduled.”
“We admire and appreciate Tarek and Christina’s great work on ‘Flip or Flop,'” HGTV said. “When it comes to matters related to their own family, we respect their privacy and honor any decision that works best for them and their children. HGTV is currently airing episodes of ‘Flip or Flop’ and the series will continue production as scheduled.”