The reality co-stars tabbed off their relationship months without going public well-nigh stuff a couple, when in July.
Unfortunately, Jason Oppenheim and Chrishell Stause’s relationship has come to an end. The couple have reportedly split multiple sources confirmed to People. The realtor pair had originally made their debut as a couple over the summer. Both Jason, 44, and Chrishell, 40, are stars of Netflix’s real-estate reality show Selling Sunset.
While not many details are well-spoken well-nigh their breakup, the couple first went public in July 2021, when Chrishell shared a series of photos with PDA on her Instagram while on an Italian getaway with Jason, whom she met while filming Selling Sunset. The pair were later seen hugging while in Rome together. Shortly without going public, they showed their steamy workout routine, which included Jason doing pushups with his new girlfriend on his back. They hit the red carpet together for the first time on August 17, while peekaboo the premiere of Shang-Chi And The Legend of the Ten Rings.
The then-budding relationship came out shortly without Chrishell admitted that she was “ready to get when out there” without her divorce from Justin Hartley in an sectional interview with HollywoodLife in June. While the relationship may not have worked out, it seemed fun while it lasted. Chrishell spoke well-nigh how unconfined she and Jason were doing during an August interview with E! News’ Daily Pop. “We really were really private and secretive for as long as we could until we realized the walls were latter in. People were getting a little savvy to it. We made it to a point where we’re really happy to share it considering we knew exactly what it was, so it’s all good,” she said at the time.
While Chrishell and Jason’s relationship may not have been perfect match, Chrishell’s ex seems to have found love, and he married actress Sofia Pernas in May 2021, but the Selling Sunset star admitted to feeling unconfined without the divorce was finalized during a season four episode. “Once you know something wasn’t right, whether it was your visualization or not, now, you are where you’re meant to be. Out with the old, in with the new,” she said.