It's been quite a week for Christina El Moussa.
After an emotional interview on "Good Morning America" and the release of her People cover story in which she reveals how her marriage crumbled, the "Flip or Flop" star has split up with contractor boyfriend Gary Anderson.
"Christina is single and being in a relationship is the last thing on her mind," El Moussa's rep Cassandra Zebisch told Us Weekly. "She is taking this time to focus on her children and herself."
Anderson, who worked for Christina and her husband Tarek on several projects for their hit HGTV show, started dating the HGTV star in mid-2016. They were photographed together for the first time earlier this month while they took a stroll in Yorba Linda, California.
According to another source, the pair, "broke up because of too many outside pressures."
Christina and Tarek have separately hit the morning talkshow circuit this week, as they both revealed their sides to the story of their shocking divorce.
In an interview with Joe Fryer on "Today," Tarek El Moussa denied claims that he tried to take his own life during a May 2016 incident in which police were called to their home because he allegedly fled their home with a gun following a heated argument. Christina revealed in People that it was the day she decided to leave her husband of seven years.
"It just made me realize that us being separated was healthier for both of us," Christina told People.
Tarek also told Fryer that a few weeks after his thyroid cancer diagnosis in 2013, he also found out that he had testicular cancer. However, he didn't feel comfortable sharing all details about his health at the time.
His estranged wife also experienced heartbreaking health issues of her own. She attempted to get pregnant through in vitro fertilization while her husband endured radiation, and revealed that she suffered a miscarriage shortly after his diagnosis.
The two remain colleagues as they continue to film their hit HGTV show. For now, their work and children continue to be their priorities.
"But in the end we're just normal, nice people who just want to be the best parents and coworkers that we can be," Christina said on "Good Morning America."