After splitting from husband Ant Anstead in September 2020, she took some time for herself, per People. The star traveled east, landing in Tennessee, where she took on a slower pace of life. She was so impressed with the southern state that she bought a vacation farm in Franklin, Tennessee, just south of Nashville. She bought it for $2.5 million after being on the market for just one day in August 2021 (via The Dirt). The star told People she immediately moved into the two-story white house. “I fell in love with Tennessee when I took the kids there in October to visit my friend and nutritionist Cara Clark who had recently moved there,” she said, referring to a trip she did with her two oldest children. “It’s on 23 acres, super private, and has everything I could imagine and more.
She has featured the property several times on Instagram. “Tennessee is beautiful and the people there are so nice,” she told People. “Being out there in all that land brought back my favorite childhood memories of spending summers on my grandparents’ farm.” It was also in Tennessee that she had some of her first dates with Joshua Hall, a real estate agent from Austin, Texas. In April 2022, the two tied the knot in California (via TMZ). She and Hall seem to have settled in well, and in late August, she let Instagram fans know that she had built a chicken coop on the property. “Dreams come true – chickens for our brand new coop!! Can’t wait 🥚 🍳!”
The house is also where she’ll film her new spinoff series, “Christina in the Country,” a six-part documentary series (via People). “I’m so excited and grateful that ‘Christina in the Country’ has officially been cast,” Hall said in a statement. “I love having the best of both worlds – the coast and the country. It’s an amazing opportunity to work in Tennessee, our home away from home.”