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Christina Haack and Ant Anstead spend quality time with their son Hudson over the holidays: View the lovely images

Christina Haack and Ant Anstead may no longer be together, but they agree on one thing: the holidays are all about family.

The television personalities, who have a 3-year-old son named Hudson, took to Instagram on Wednesday to share adorable holiday photos of their son.

Haack shared a playful photo of Hudson posing with his mother alongside husband Josh Hall. At a festive outdoor location, the couple posed in front of a large Christmas tree.

“Kid loves being behind the camera,” Haack wrote in the caption.

Meanwhile, Anstead shared a candid photo of Hudson finishing up their Christmas tree. “Tis the season,” wrote Anstead.

“Having grown up in the freezing United Kingdom, I still think it’s amazing that a California Christmas tree complements a warm beach sunset!” the Englishman continued. “Temple is so cosy and festive, and Hudzo is always willing to help.”

In December 2018, Haack and Anstead married in a surprise ceremony at their Newport Beach home. Haack told USA TODAY in May 2019 that she was excited to start a family with Anstead after falling in love at first sight.

Haack and her “Flip or Flop” co-host Tarek El Moussa were married from 2009 to 2018, and they have two children: daughter Taylor, 12, and son Brayden, 7. With his ex-wife Louise, Anstead has a son, Archie, 16, and a daughter, Amelie, 19.

Haack and Anstead separated in September 2020, a year after the birth of their son Hudson, and divorced in June 2021. The HGTV star wrote in a now-deleted Instagram post from September 2020 that she and Anstead had “made the difficult decision to separate.”

“We are grateful for each other, and our children will always be our top priority,” Haack said. “We appreciate your support and respectfully request privacy for ourselves and our families as we navigate the future.”

In a June 2021 interview with Entertainment Tonight, the “Christina on the Coast” host discussed how her life after the divorce had been focused on positivity and taking more “quiet” and “private” times for herself and her children.

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