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Christina Hall and Heather Rae El Moussa show a united front with ‘co-parenting’ photo

Christina Hall and Heather Rae El Moussa show a united front with 'co-parenting' photo

Christina Hall and Heather Rae El Moussa appear to have put their differences aside in the name of co-parenting.

For Heather Rae El Moussa, Christina Hall, and their husbands, co-parenting is at the heart of their message.

After Heather and Christina were photographed in a heated exchange at a children’s soccer game last weekend, the women and Tarek El Moussa shared photos of the new group on social media, sending a message of a united front.

In the photos Heather, Tarek, Christina and their husband, Josh Hall, pose with Tarek and Christina’s daughter, Taylor, who stands between the two couples.

“Sometimes to shut down the noise we show the truth. Co-parenting and doing what’s right,” Heather captioned her post. “It’s been a rough week for all of us. It’s Ty’s open house tonight, she’s the cutest.”

On her account, Christina wrote, “Co-parenting 101. Kids come first. Taylor’s open house. Next, she goes to middle school. Brayden is recovering well and we’re all grateful. That’s a lot.” It’s been a tough week, ready for some peace 🙏”

Tarek echoed the sentiments on his post, telling fans, “It’s been a hard exhausting week! Bray is starting to feel a little better so we made it to Taylor’s open house tonight. I’m so proud of them both.” is.”

Earlier this week, when pictures of the brawl between them surfaced, the four told ET in a joint statement: “An individual matter was discussed and has since been resolved. Focusing on co-parenting as a team.”

They may have worked out their differences, but a source recently told ET that Tarek’s wife and ex are “not going to get along.”

Tarek and Christina’s 6-year-old son, Brayden, had to undergo an emergency appendectomy after the co-parents recently suffered a health scare. Christina wrote in an Instagram post at the time, “Scary 12 hours for us parents + step-parents. After being admitted to the ER, Brayden had to have an emergency appendectomy as well as removal of Meckel’s diverticulum ” “There’s nothing quite like seeing your child in excruciating pain..Luckily the surgery went well and he is recovering and in good spirits.”

As Brayden’s parents reiterated in their recent statements, the child’s condition continues to improve.

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Reference from www.etonline.com

Shawna Street