Chrishell Stause, star of Selling Sunset, made it clear that she still wants children and said she even has adoption on the table. The 41-year-old author of Under Construction asked via her Instagram Story on September 18 after sharing a photo of herself holding hands with boyfriend G Flip, “You didn't want to have kids?”
Some fans have concluded mistakenly that Stause's desire to be a mother has altered because the Days of Our Lives alum and the Australia native, 27, can't both be one baby's biological parents. However, there are many different methods to start a family.
The Netflix reality star replied to the Instagram user, “Please stop asking me this.” “At least this one didn't contain hate, which I won't promote by reposting.
I'm going to adopt. “I understand being on Selling Sunset entitles people to questions and, in a sense, my life,” she continued. But I'm sick of hearing this question. I found someone I fell in love with. It isn't really scandalous.
Stause continued, saying that the sole reason for her separation from Oppenheim, 45, was her wish to conceive a family. From July 2021 through December 2022, the couple was romantically involved. The former soap star and the University of California, Berkeley alum announced in a statement at the time of their breakup that they “have different wants regarding a family” but still have “the deepest respect” for one another.
The Kentucky native added in another slide to her Instagram Story on Sunday, “I was trying to make a family with someone that wanted one as well. “And those are two things that don't connect for me if someone doesn't know if they would ever ever want to have a child and is not open to adoption.
Regarding my previous relationship, only love. However, I will now resume posting about my day. It's okay if you still don't understand after I've answered. You are not required. Just know that everyone involved and I am very happy.
G Flip has made it known that he aspires to have children in the future. In a podcast, the performer stated, “I certainly see children in my future.” “Chrishell and I are aware of where we are in the stages of our lives right now. And we're completely open about it.
“I enjoy working with kids,” they added. Before I became a session drummer and subsequently a solo performer, I spent years teaching music. I responded, “I've always adored kids, and certainly, that'll probably happen in the future.