Christina Hall is showing off her son’s face once again on social media!
After going through custody battle drama over accusations of using their son’s face to make money from her ex-husband Ant Anstead, she decided to keep him off her page. The long strenuous legal battle fought for over five months finally ended with both sides agreeing to keep up with the initial joint custody agreement signed after their divorce. Finally, in the clear, the happy mother has taken to posting her cute boy once again.
Christina Hall Changes Mind On Sharing Son Hudson’s Face On Social Media
On her Instagram story, the mother-of-three posted the playful boy looking cute wearing a black dinosaur shirt over washed-out jeans. Posing with his legs apart, he had on black shoes and was holding a blue toy guy over his head while making funny faces at the camera. She captioned the post, “Fresh 💇🏼,” indicating that he just had a haircut.
Moments later, a clip saw the little boy running outside the house to look at what he thought was the sunset. As she filmed him, he got to the small gate and shouted, “uh, it’s dawn,” correcting his earlier mistake. She wrote, “Beauty 💟,” referring to her son or the ambiance.
This new change comes on the heels of the star revealing that not posting her son was about control. The Blast noted that Hall, who was tired of all the assumptions surrounding her reasons for keeping his face away, decided to address them once and for all.
The reality TV star penned a message to the public via her Instagram story stating that it would be the last time she would speak on the topic. She pointed out that there had been a lot of confusion and false information about her son’s photos, writing:
“People on here telling me ‘she was never told she couldn’t post’… Umm, correct… I never said that!”
The Anaheim native clarified that nobody, not even a judge, had explicitly told her that she could not post Hudson. She stated clearly, “I CHOSE and Choose not to post Hudson because I was exhausted over Instagram being used as a tool against me.”
However, the “Flip 101” co-host stated that her decision had nothing to do with paid adverts and that everyone needed to understand that it was also not connected to advertisements. “This is about CONTROL. There are many things I was no longer ok with. Instagram was being used as a tool against me to judge the kind of mom I was, and I was sick of it,” the fed-up mother wrote.
The social media influencer shared that it had gotten to the point where every image of her child posted was taken a screenshot of to be dissected. So to avoid unnecessary hot takes in the time being, she chose to stop. She concluded by writing, “Now the ‘now it alls’ can go back to his page, please. Thank you.” [sic]
‘Christina on the Coast’ Star And Ant Anstead Reach Agreement In Custody Battle
Embroiled in a bitter court case over who would get full custody rights to their son Hudson since April last year, the warring factions finally laid their weapons to rest. The Blast shared that they decided not to take the case further into a full trial that was already set for March 2023.
In the obtained court documents, the Superior Court of California’s presiding judge, Lee Gabriel, signed the estranged couple’s agreements, letting his parents continue to have joint legal and physical custody.
Apart from a few exceptions, the holiday schedule read thus – on Thanksgiving, Hall would have Hudson for even-numbered years, while on odd-numbered years, he would be with his dad from Wednesday before Thanksgiving to the next Monday.
For the Christmas holiday, he would be with the TV presenter – 23rd to 25th — on odd years, including a week of vacation during school break. This could only happen if his mother had been provided with a written note before The first of December – and vice versa.
The same would be applied to other holidays; for example, Easter Sunday would be odd years for Hall, even years for the car enthusiast, and a switch during the 4th of July celebrations.
The document also noted that on Halloween, the 3-year-old would be with the “Brother vs. Brother” judge on odd-numbered years and the “Wheelers or Dealers” star on even-numbered years.