Tarek El Moussa charmed his new girlfriend, Heather Rae Young when they first met. Page Six says that the 32-year-old Selling Sunset star was on a boat at Woody’s Wharf when the 38-year-old reality star came up to her and introduced himself.

Young claimed that Tarek El Moussa immediately came off as “endearing,” “funny,” and “sweet.” However, the conversation quickly took an awkward turn.

According to Young, Tarek El Moussa asked her within fifteen minutes if she wanted to go to Paris, France, with him, and she was completely shocked by the offer.

According to Young, she responded, “what?! do I want to go to Paris with you? No, I don’t even know you.” She says they did, however, go out for drinks, which led to a six-hour conversation and a FaceTime session which lasted the entire trip home.

The reality star says that she and Tarek have been “inseparable” since they first met. As it was previously reported, Tarek and Heather made their relationship public back in August 2019, and coincidentally, they did wind up going to Paris together for Thanksgiving.

She says they moved in together after just a few weeks because they feel like they know each other so well. To her, it wasn’t rushed, because they’re so honest and open with each other, that there’s nothing left to hide.

Fans of HGTV’s Flip or Flop know that Tarek was previously married to Christina Anstead, who also starred on the show. However, they split up two years ago in 2018. They had two children together, including a 9-year-old daughter named Taylor and Brayden, 4.

Since then, Anstead went on to marry Ant Anstead and had a baby boy with him in 2019. According to Heather, having a blended family has really taught her many important life lessons, including the significance of patience, kindness, and selflessness.

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As for whether or not she’ll have her own kids, Young claimed she’s happy with the situation she has right now.


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source: celebrityinsider.org

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