Christina Hall has cleared things up for those with the wrong impression of her home life.
The HGTV star, 39, who has a primary residence in Orange County and a second home in Franklin, Tennessee, felt compelled to clarify her living situation on her Instagram Stories on Friday.
She also insisted that people who believe she “left” or “stole” her children were prescribing “false information.”
“For anyone confused… we do NOT live in Tennessee… we live in California… we have a second home in Tennessee.
‘False info’: Christina Hall has cleared things up for people with the wrong impression about her family life
“For all those people who think I left the kids or stole the kids…false info…we just often visit our home away from home.”
On Sunday, Christina also shared snaps from her family’s Easter celebrations, which featured lots of chocolate and a visit from the Easter Bunny.
‘Easter 2023’, she wrote with the many snapshots. “Complete with baby goats and chicks.”
She was joined by her husband Joshua Hall and her three children: daughter Taylor El Moussa, 12, and sons Brayden El Moussa, seven, and Hudson, three.
Christina shares Taylor and Brayden with Tarek El Moussa, her first husband, and son Hudson with Ant Anstead, her second husband.
She tied the knot with Joshua last year, just a year after divorcing Ant and four after the end of her marriage to Tarek.
Tarek is now married to Selling Sunset star Heather Rae El Moussa, while Ant has been working well with Renee Zellweger for the past two years.
In late 2022, Anstead and Hall finally settled their custody battle over Hudson, just months after Ant filed for full custody of the child.
That’s enough: Hall clarified her family situation on her Instagram Stories on Friday
Good times! Hall chronicled her family’s Easter celebrations in Tennessee, including a visit from the Easter Bunny
Aww! Hall’s husband hugged two baby goats
After court-mandated mediation, the former couple agreed to “continue to have joint legal and joint physical custody,” as they previously agreed in June 2021.
The duo, who split in September 2020, are also following a new holiday schedule with “exceptions” to their initial arrangement, according to the website. Page six.
Last week, Ant revealed that he had relinquished the oceanfront Orange County home that served as a sanctuary during his divorce from Christina.
Sweet tooth! There was plenty of candy to go around
Too cute! Hudson held up a cute chick
Affectionately dubbed ‘Temple House’ by Anstead, the TV presenter, 44, sold the cottage in an off-market deal earlier this year after a buyer approached him with an offer, People reports.
“Temple has been sold,” Anstead told the outlet.
“It came at the right time, for another property and a change in my personal life that I am very happy about,” he said. “So I was like, yeah. I called on the spot.’
He had previously formally listed it for $3.3 million in October 2022 before changing his mind and removing it from the market.
The house also served as a refuge for Ant during his divorce from Christina.
“For me it served as a refuge for that period, and that period is over,” he said. ‘I’m in a fantastic place. I feel very, very blessed to be where I am today, privately. Temple has done its job for that.’
Former flame: Hall was involved in a custody dispute with Anstead (pictured 2019) over their son Hudson, but they settled the matter last year
New Love: Anstead has moved on following Hall’s divorce and is now dating actress Renee Zellweger