It’s been a long road to romance for “Flip or Flop” star Christina El Moussa, but it seems the HGTV star may be smitten with a new boyfriend.

The relationship news comes just months after El Moussa split from her ex, Doug Spedding, amid cheating rumors and a trip to rehab, according to earlier reports.

Spedding was her first new relationship since splitting from her husband and former co-star, Tarek El Moussa, after a scary incident involving him carrying a gun near their home in May 2016.

And now, she’s allegedly moved on to lucky number three.

Christina El Moussa/Instagram

According to Entertainment Tonight, El Moussa has been dating British television star Ant Anstead for the past two months.

The HGTV star recently took to Instagram to share her first photo of them together as they enjoyed some free time in California, where El Moussa lives with her two kids.

She used the sweet picture to promote the new season of Anstead’s show, “Wheelers and Dealers.”

Christina El Moussa/Instagram

She captioned the photo:

Congrats to this guy @ant_anstead His show, #WheelerDealers airs in the UK today!

The mother of two appeared to laugh and smile as she rode a bicycle alongside her new rumored beau. And when a fan asked about Anstead, she responded that he was “[n]ice, sweet, funny and handsome.”

Her fans couldn’t help but notice that El Moussa looked happy with her new romance. Some Instagram users wrote:

Awww someone seems smitten! Good for you! Everyone deserves to be happy!

Nice to see you happy. Best wishes.

Good to see ya happy!

So happy for you. You look very happy but you always look happy and beautiful. And he is so handsome. Looks like a sweetheart.

If he makes you happy, that’s all that matters!

El Moussa hasn’t publicly confirmed their relationship, but she did thank fans in the comments who said they make a “great couple.”

Looks like the mother of two has officially moved on!

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