Christina El Moussa surprised even friends and family when she married Ant Anstead in an unexpected "winter wonderland" wedding a couple weeks ago. And now, the Flip or Flop star is offering more details about the big day—including a first look at her gorgeous wedding ring!
The HGTV host recently appeared in an Instagram Live video with her stylist, best friend, and neighbor, Shannon Rhodes of . During the makeup tutorial, Christina fielded questions about her new husband. And when viewers asked to see the ring, she happily obliged, holding up her hand to reveal an elegant eternity band set with baguette-cut diamonds.
"I am incredibly grateful to have met her," Ant told of his new bride. "She saved me."
"We saved each other," said Christina, who is changing her last name.
This is the second marriage for both. Christina's ex-husband and father of her two children, of course, is Tarek El Moussa, the other half behind HGTV's Flip or Flop. Meanwhile, Ant, an English TV presenter and motor specialist, was previously married to ex-wife, Louise, with whom he also shares two kids.
Now, the blended family is six-strong, with an even number of boys and girls. The whole gang took a trip to Maui in August, where Ant posted a photo captioned, "What a lucky chap I am."
The newlyweds have had a lot to celebrate recently. Not only did Christina score her own solo series, Christina on the Coast, and move into a new house (which she'll redecorate in front of the camera), but Flip or Flop was also renewed for another season.
As for Ant, he released a book, , and continued co-hosting . And judging by behind-the-scenes photos Christina's been posting, Ant will be making plenty of appearances on her now show as well.
The wedding news makes us even more excited to watch a show featuring the couple, who were introduced through a mutual friend in early November 2017.
"We immediately just clicked," Christina told Ikaroo.info back in May. "He is awesome, he's so fun, he's funny, he's patient. We have a very similar job so we understand each other's work hours and everything that goes into that—trolling on social media, he just gets it."