Flip or Flop’s Christina Haack and her ex-husband, Ant Anstead, have finally reached a custody agreement regarding their three-year-old son, Hudson, and they are able to forgo a trial following an unceremonious divorce announcement back in September 2020.
Christina confirmed to E! News that an agreement has indeed been agreed upon by both her and Ant. And according to court documents obtained by the network, the parents will “continue to have joint legal and joint physical custody” of Hudson. The former couple also already has a holiday schedule put in place as per the agreement.
Hudson will spend December 23 through Christmas Day on odd years with his father, Ant. Christina will get the same period on even years. The court documents also reveal that the pattern will also be in effect for the holidays of Easter Sunday and the Fourth of July. Their son will spend Easter with Ant for even years and Christina on odd years, and vice versa for the Fourth of July.
The agreement was originally put in place by Christina’s law team, but it was agreed upon by Ant’s attorneys as well.
Though neither Ant nor his rep has commented on the new agreement, Ant’s attorney, Steven G. Hittelman, did speak on the matter, stating, “I am disappointed it took six months, but Mr. Anstead is thrilled with the outcome and considers it case closed.”
Since announcing their divorce, both Christina and Ant have put their primary focus on Hudson’s wellbeing.
“We are grateful for each other and as always, our children will remain our priority,” Christina previously wrote on Instagram. “We appreciate your support and ask for privacy for us and our family as we navigate the future.”
Christina is also moving on upward professionally as well. On November 29, she took to Instagram to tease her new HGTV series, Christina in the Country, which will give fans a glimpse into Christina expanding her successful design business in rural Tennessee.
“I have fallen in love with Tennessee, and it truly has become our home away from home,” she posted. “We are enjoying all the perks of country living—the friendly people, clean air, nature and clear night sky. Having the opportunity to grow my design business both here and in California is a dream come true.”