Jason Oppenheim has some feelings about his ex moving on. Chrissy Stause revealed that she is currently dating Australian singer G Flip selling sunsetOn Season 5 of the reunion, a source told ET that the pair’s relationship “has been really difficult” for Oppenheim.
“Their breakup was very painful for Jason and he doesn’t even like to talk about it,” the source says of Oppenheim and Stause’s December split, five months after they publicly disclosed their relationship. had come.
“She’s not mad at Krisel and she’s happy for him from a friend’s point of view, but she’s really hurt,” the source says. “He’s been feeling upset since they broke up, and he still feels the same way.”
After Oppenheim and Stause split, a source told ET that “it was a long time.”
The source added, “Krishel wants to have kids much sooner than Jason. She’s really interested in starting a family and it’s not something that’s on Jason’s mind right now.” “Kriselle felt she had to get serious with herself and break her heart by ending her relationship with Jason because having children is her main priority. She doesn’t want to wait or be on Jason’s timeline. ”
During the reunion episode, Stause mentioned the reason behind his split from Oppenheim.
“I had this serious relationship and obviously I’m looking forward to a family, but I’ve also taken some of the pressure off myself,” Stause said. “I don’t necessarily want to have a baby myself. I’m up for adoption — stuff like that.”
As for G Flip, who is 27, non-binary and goes by his/her pronouns, Stause told her coworkers that she met the singer when she appeared in her “Get Me Outta Here” music video.
“I’ve been spending a lot of time with someone who’s very important to me,” Stause said, adding that G Flip “definitely took the first step.”
She added, “I think I was probably as surprised as anyone else because nothing has really changed for me. I’m still very attracted to masculine energy and a good person.” “… I know we’re constantly judged for being in this position, but at the end of the day, I’m very happy and so, it’s not really my problem if it offends someone.”
During the reunion, Oppenheim expressed support for Stause, saying, “The smile you put on your face in the last few minutes makes me so happy, so I’m so proud of you.”
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