This past Saturday, September 7th, Ant Anstead took to his social media to tweet about his sleepless nights following the birth of his first child with Flip or Flop‘s Christina Anstead, formerly known as Christina El-Moussa.
According to a report from Us Magazine, on Friday, Christina gave birth to their first son together named Hudson. The 40-year-old host of Wheeler Dealers joked that he always wanted to know what it was like to get just “12 minutes of sleep,” and now he knows.
Christina responded: “someone bring me all the coffee,” alongside a screenshot of her husband’s tweet on her Instagram Stories. Later on, Ant and Christina shared their day with friends and family on social media as they visited Christina in the hospital.
Yesterday morning was a really special time for the 36-year-old ex-wife of Tarek El-Moussa, who she shares two kids with, Taylor and Braden, 8 and 3 respectively. The reality star shared a cute photo of her young children getting to meet their little brother for the first time.
On Friday, the 6th of September, Christina announced that she and Ant had a baby together on Instagram, stating that she and her man were “so excited” to welcome their baby into the world. Shared also shared the baby’s size: 7 lbs and 19.5 inches long.
As it was previously reported, Ant and Christina got married back in December of last year, and three months later, they announced they were expecting their first child together. And a month later, El Moussa, 38, who was once Christina’s husband, accidentally revealed the sex of the baby.
Speaking with reporters from Us Magazine on the 5th of September, Tarek said she was having the “baby tomorrow,” and was so excited for Christina. The star went on to say he was more than welcoming of the brand new family member.
As it was noted above, Tarek and Christina were once married, however, their relationship came to an end. One evening when Tarek left the home to go for a walk, he carried a gun with him and Christina called the police, however, Tarek later said he took it for protection due to dangerous wildlife in his area.