Christina Haack models wedding dresses for a friend who is divorcing Ant Anstead … after she officially withdrew her maiden name
Christina Haack had fun trying on wedding dresses this week even though she was getting a divorce.
The HGTV star hinted that walking back down the aisle might not be ruled out as she modeled some dresses while fitting a friend on Wednesday.
The 37-year-old TV presenter, who officially dropped the surname of Ex Anst Anstead this week and returned to her maiden name Haack, shared photos of her best friend Cassi Zebisch’s wedding preparations on Instagram.
Hopelessly romantic: Christina Haack looked stunning as she tried on a couple of wedding dresses on a friend’s fit this week
The mother of three looked stunning in a plunging sequined dress and posted a video titled “Dress up with my fav @waltercollection”.
She released the clips with Eminem and Skylar Gray’s track Black Magic.
On her own Instagram account, the future bride Zebisch announced that her wedding is only two weeks away.
She shared a few more wedding planning moments, including meeting a florist alongside her fiance and friend Christina.
On Wednesday, Christina paid tribute to her grandmother in an Instagram post explaining the reasons why she was reclaiming her name.
The 37-year-old television presenter, who went back to her maiden name this week after breaking up with Ant Anstead last year, wore a beautiful pearl dress and tagged her as “fav” @waltercollection
Not long now: On her own Instagram account, the future bride Zebisch announced that her wedding is only two weeks away and shared a few moments of more wedding planning moments with her fiancé and friends
Christina shared a few recaps with her family, explaining how her grandma was her biggest supporter.
“My grandma, Mildred” Biddy “Haack, was my biggest influence growing up,” she wrote online on Wednesday. “It was always real in a world with so many fakes. I spent the summers on my family’s farm and we stayed up talking all night. She is the only person I ever really trusted my life to.
“Even while she was growing up, she was coloring outside the limits and doing things without fear of judgment. She loved me very much and always let me know that I could achieve anything I wanted. She spoke life into me when I was down and taught me what unconditional love is. I miss her every day.
Flashback: At her wedding to Ant in December 2018, Christina was amazed in a fitted dress by Ines di Santo
Standing strong: earlier this week, Christina took the final steps to regain her identity after divorcing her second husband when she restored her maiden name in Haack
Back to basics, the HGTV star honored her grandmother and “Growing Up Biggest Impact” in an Instagram post explaining the reasons she reclaimed her name
She spoke life into me when I was down and taught me what unconditional love is. I miss her every day, ”she wrote
“Take back the family’s last name and know my grandparents are smiling from upstairs.”
Christina changed her biography in January to include the new surname but kept Anstead as a handle until yesterday.
The couple announced the shock split in September, and Christina officially filed for divorce from her British TV host in November – after nearly two years of marriage.
About: She announced her separation from husband Ant Anstead in September and officially filed for divorce in November after nearly two years of marriage
Christina has appeared on the popular HGTV design and renovation show Flip or Flop with ex-husband Tarek El Moussa since 2013.
She shares two children with Tarek, Taylor and Brayden, and has a one-year-old son named Hudson with Ant.
Flip or Flop was renewed for a 10th season. This is the fourth season Christina and Tarek have worked together since they split in 2016.
Friendly Exes: Christina has starred on HGTV’s popular design and renovation show Flip or Flop with ex-husband Tarek El Moussa since 2013, which was recently renewed for a 10th season and is the fourth season that Christina and Tarek have been on since hers Collaboration worked together in Split in 2016