Chrishell Stause is Addressing Her Desire to Adopt While Responding to Critics
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.