Tarek El Moussa says ex Christina Anstead will not be invited to his wedding

Tarek El Moussa revealed his ex-wife Christina Anstead will not be present on the day he marries Heather Rae Young.

The house flipper and the “Selling Sunset” star are currently in the process of planning a summer 2021 wedding. Tarek, 39, popped the question to Heather, 33, in a romantic beachside proposal in July.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Tarek said, “No, no exes at the wedding!”

He added that the couple believes the “smaller” the guest list, the “better.”


Heather, a former Playboy playmate, added that their nuptials will be witnessed by “best friends and family.”

Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young are currently planning their wedding. The couple got engaged in July.

Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young are currently planning their wedding. The couple got engaged in July.
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“We’re gonna have to be strict with our list,” she added.

Tarek and Christina, 37, wed in

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Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young say exes aren’t invited to their wedding

Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young are keeping their wedding guest list small, and that means there’s no room for their exes.

El Moussa and his ex-wife, Christina Anstead, rose to fame as the hosts of HGTV’s “Flip or Flop.” The former couple share daughter Taylor, 10, and son Brayden, 5. Despite their amicable relationship, Anstead won’t be getting an invitation to El Moussa’s nuptials.

“No, no exes at the wedding,” El Moussa, 39, told “Entertainment Tonight.” “Small, less distractions, more intimate, better conversations with the people around us. You know, we just think smaller is better.” While he and Young both star in TV series, El Moussa told the outlet there won’t be cameras on hand for the big day.

“Just intimate, with our best friends and family,” Young, 33, added. “We’re gonna have to be strict with our list.”

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Community invited to view model homeless encampments

DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado Village Collaborative (CVC) is taking a new approach to its ongoing effort to set up sanctioned homeless camps in Denver.

The non-profit group expected to have its first Safer Outdoor Spaces site up and running by last July, but several proposed sites have been met with resistance from community members and political leaders.

“We have moved forward with sites. We had moved forward with the site—the Blair-Caldwell Library—for example.  But then the mayor changed his mind, once he heard from some community members,” Hannah Fageeh said, Safe Outdoor Spaces (SOS) manager with CVC.

SOS would be regulated encampments, that would accommodate about 50 tents in an area that is approximately 10,000 square feet.

CVC decided to take a new approach, in introducing the community to the concept—holding an open house to show the public what the site sites would look like.

The model site, which was

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