The second season of Selling Sunset on Netflix is filled with romance for a lot of the forged members. But for one forged member, it’s stuffed with heartache. Chrishell Stause’s divorce from actor Justin Hartley is likely one of the important storylines enjoying out in season two, which Stause instructed Entertainment Tonight Canada in a latest interview is “friggin’ awkward.”
Here’s what it is advisable to find out about their marriage, divorce, and the way all the pieces performs out in season two of the truth present.
Hartley and Stause Were Together Nearly Six Years
The actress-turned-real property agent met Hartley in 2013 and went public with their relationship in early 2014, Stause’s rep confirmed to E! Online on the time. Then in 2016, Stause revealed they had been engaged in an Instagram put up displaying off her shiny new engagement ring.
The two obtained married on October 28, 2017, in a ceremony that included Hartley’s This Is Us co-stars Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, and Chrissy Metz, in keeping with US Weekly.
Ahead of the large day, Hartley spoke to US Weekly about his bride-to-be, saying, “I love the fact that she’s going to be my wife I love the fact that I will have a wife and we’ll be husband and wife and live together. I love that, but I’m actually looking forward to the wedding day. I’m going to have friends coming in from out of town that I haven’t seen in a few years. It’s going to be great.”
Hartley Filed For Divorce in November 2019
According to People, Hartley filed for divorce in November 2019, citing irreconcilable variations, however on the paperwork filed with the courts, he cited July 8, 2019, as their date of separation. The pair later attended a number of occasions collectively earlier than Hartley formally filed for divorce.
Then in a narrative on December 3, a supply near Stause stated she was “reeling” from Hartley “suddenly” submitting for divorce.
“Yes, they’d had some problems, but she certainly never thought he would just go and suddenly file for divorce, and not even try to save things,” stated the unnamed supply. “He’s reached a new level of fame thanks to the show and he doesn’t want to close many doors right now, and that’s not necessarily the path Chrishell is looking to take. She thought babies would happen soon after they got married, but it just hasn’t worked out.”
The supply added that whereas “Justin never took their marriage seriously at all,” Chrishell “would have stayed forever.”
“[S]he was always adamant that when she got married, it would be forever — she was only going to do this once. It’s partly why she and Justin waited so long to get married: she wanted to be sure that when they said their vows, they meant them. And she did — she would have stayed forever,” stated the supply.
Selling Sunset Was Filming When Stause’s Life ‘Kind of Exploded
In her interview with ET Canada, Stause stated, “[U]nfortunately yes, the cameras were there. I still had a month left of shooting when my personal life kind of exploded … It’s not a comfortable thing to live in front of everyone. If I’m being 100 percent honest with you, it’s friggin’ awkward. They were there and some of it is going to be shown and I’m dreading that.”
But she added that the present isn’t going to work if the forged members aren’t themselves, “so, unfortunately, that means showing the good and the bad at times.”
Selling Sunset/i> seasons one and two are on Netflix now.
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