Christina Anstead Shares Social Media Post Of Gratitude As 2020 Comes To An End
A report from Entertainment Tonight today claimed Christina Anstead is focusing on all of the good things from 2020, rather than the bad. As followers of the reality star know, Christina and Ant Anstead split up following the birth of their child.
Rather than dwell on the negative, Christina has reportedly taken to her social media account to share a message of gratitude and hope in 2020 and for 2021. Christina wrote in her post that she would be ending the year with a bang, more importantly, she would spend the rest of 2020 away from social media.
The photo that went along with her post included her children, Brayden and Taylor, as well as her close friend, Dr. Kaisa Coppola. You can check out one of these posts below:
As most know, Christina's 2020 was tough. She broke up with Ant Anstead after giving birth to their child, Hudson. Furthermore, her split from Ant came not that long after she and Tarek El Moussa, the father of her other children, had split up very publicly.
Christina and Tarek's breakup was in the headlines for weeks after things between them took a turn for the worse. Previously, Christina defended herself against her followers who claimed she was an "absent mother" because of posts she had made.
Just because people don't see her with her kids on the internet, it doesn't mean she doesn't take care of them, the star remarked. The reality star urged her fans and followers to stop shaming other people, especially when they don't know what's going on in their lives.
Regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, Christina commented on how everything seemed so dreary and bleak because people haven't been able to see their friends and family as much as they normally would, which is especially difficult considering it's Christmas time.
Despite what everyone may see on social media and on Instagram, a lot of people are "struggling," Christina added. The reality star also admitted she has been going through a rough time lately, urging her fans to focus on themselves and not fall prey to social media marketing.