A contemporary household! Heather Rae Young is the proud “bonus mom” to her fiancé Tarek El Moussa and his ex-wife Christina Haack’s two children — Taylor, 10, and Brayden, 6. The Promoting Sundown star, 34, lately sat down with Us Weekly and shared why it’s vital for her and the household to keep up a relationship with Haack’s ex-husband, Ant Anstead.
Anstead, 42, and Haack, 38, who finalized their divorce in June 2020, share custody of their 2-year-old son, Hudson.
“Taylor and Brayden, they have a brother and Hudson’s their brother, so we want to make sure that we know Hudson and Ant as well and that the kids get to grow up together,” she informed Us, whereas selling her partnership with PETA. “It’s been nice having a friendly relationship and the most important thing is the kids. We all remember that that’s the most important thing to us and the kids’ health and happiness is number one to all of us.”
Anstead is now dating Renée Zellweger, and whereas Younger hasn’t double dated with the duo but, she would like to sooner or later.
“We did go to an event and they were there. I would love [to double date], I think she’s amazing,” she informed Us.
As for whether or not the brand new couple are pleased, she replied: “From what I see, yes.”
In the case of coparenting, Younger emphasised how vital it’s for your complete household to place the kids first.
“The most important thing is the kids. Always, it’s No. 1. We really focus on the kids’ happiness and health at our house,” the actual property agent famous. “We’re not super involved with what happens over at her house. So, we just focus on the kids at ours.”
Haack and El Moussa cut up in 2016. Younger and El Moussa began relationship in July 2019 and got engaged on their first anniversary.
Younger could be seen in PETA’s new campaign, donning a marriage robe made from cauliflower, encouraging folks to say “I Do” to animal-free meals.
Watch the newest episode of Mothers Like Us above with hosts Christina Garibaldi and Stroller in the City’s Brianne Manz to listen to what the Netflix persona needed to say. Tune into Mothers Like Us each Thursday at 3 p.m. on Us Weekly’s YouTube channel.
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