Christina Haack is ringing in her next birthday with a hunky new man, Page Six has learned.
A source exclusively told us on Tuesday that Haack, who turns 39 on Friday, is headed to Mexico to celebrate with boyfriend Joshua Hall.
“They’ve been dating for the last few months,” the insider added.
The couple was spotted holding hands while arriving at LAX Airport in Los Angeles ahead of their flight together.
Haack was photographed wearing a grey tank top, shorts and sneakers with a flannel shirt wrapped around her waist. Hall also dressed in LAX casual: A white shirt, grey slacks, matching cap and navy-blue Nike sneakers.
Although not much is known about the man who’s swept the HGTV star off her feet, an online bio at the Austin, Texas, realty firm he works at reveals he was once a police officer.
“Before my 16-year career was cut short due to injuries sustained in the line of duty ultimately leading to an early retirement, I took great pride in helping people with everyday difficulties and putting them at ease,” he wrote.
The bio names Southern California as Hall’s hometown, but says he relocated to Austin in 2017. It is unclear if he and Haack are in a long-distance relationship, as she resides on the West Coast with her three children from previous marriages.
Haack’s most recent ex, Ant Anstead — with whom she shares legal and physical custody of their 1-year-old son, Hudson — also recently moved on with a new relationship.
The British TV host, 42, was spotted at his “dream” house in Laguna Beach, Calif., with Oscar winner Renée Zellweger.
Zellweger, 52, and Anstead were first reported to be dating on June 24 — just days after news broke that he had finalized his divorce from Haack.
The reality star announced back in September 2020 that she was separating from Anstead, officially filing for divorce two months later.
She was also previously married to her “Flip or Flop” co-star, Tarek El Moussa, with whom she shares two kids. They were married from 2009 to 2018.
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