Chrishell Stause opened up about her wedding to Australian musician G Flip, noting that it was “untraditional.”
Stause married her partner earlier this month in a Las Vegas ceremony, but reports say the two are not legally married as no record can be found of their union.
The actress divulged that their marriage will not be on the “Selling Sunset” show, as she and G Flip opted to “Keep Some Things for Us.”
Read on for more details.
Chrishell Stause Calls Wedding To G Flip ‘Untraditional’
Chrishell Stause, known for her appearance on the reality series “Selling Sunset,” recently opened up about her “untraditional” marriage to musician G Flip.
In an appearance on “Access Hollywood,” Stause shared insights into their unique wedding ceremony and commitment to celebrating love in their way.
The actress married the Australian singer earlier this month in a Las Vegas ceremony. She was questioned about what her engagement to them looked like, which she explained, “It was not what people would expect — we did everything untraditional.”
“The planning… and everything down to having the paper and all of these things that are stressful and [involve] planning, I’ve done that before,” she added. “None of that means anything unless your connection is what means something, so we honestly did everything the opposite.”
Chrishell Stause And G Flip ‘Forgot’ To Get Engaged
The 41-year-old actress disclosed that she and her partner had forgotten to get engaged before their highly-anticipated wedding.
In her interview on “Access Hollywood,” Stause confessed with a chuckle that they “forgot” to get engaged before their wedding day, adding that “It happened on takeoff on the way to Vegas.”
Stause has always been open about her romantic endeavors and has captured the hearts of many with her candidness. G Flip, who identifies as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns, has been making waves in the music industry for their unique sound and soulful performances.
She confirmed her marriage to G Flip by posting an Instagram reel that included a photo of them sharing a kiss at their wedding. “Love doesn’t always go as planned… Sometimes it’s immeasurably better,” she captioned the post, with G Flip’s song attached. “If you ever get the pleasure of meeting G, know that you are meeting one of the kindest, funniest & most talented, hard-working people out there. Please go stream! I love you so much [G Flip].”
G Flip responded to their partner’s post, commenting, “My darling, I adore and love you with all my heart. These are the sweetest words, and this is the cutest little edit. You make me so happy. Thank you x.”
The Pair Are Reportedly Not Legally Married
Amid their whirlwind romance, Stause and G Flip may not be legally married. According to TMZ, no official records have been found to validate their nuptials, leaving the actual status of their relationship in doubt.
The alleged wedding between the two was said to have occurred at a picturesque Las Vegas venue. This discrepancy has led to speculation and raised questions about the true nature of their relationship.
According to the news outlet, a source shared that although they are not legally married, they plan to have an official ceremony soon.
Chrishell Stause’s Wedding To G Flip Won’t Feature On ‘Selling Sunset’
Stause made a surprising announcement regarding her recent marriage to G Flip. In a candid statement, she revealed that their wedding would not be featured on the “Selling Sunset” show, bucking the trend of showcasing personal milestones on reality television.
Known for her captivating screen performances and involvement in high-end real estate, Stause has always been an open book, sharing her personal life with viewers. However, she has decided to keep her marriage to G Flip private, choosing not to include it in the new season of “Selling Sunset” because she wants to “keep some things for us.”
“I think that it’s a balance thing on a show like this, of what to share and what not to share, and I think that it is important that we are open and we shine a light on a love that I think is so beautiful,” Stause said, per E! News. “But that being said, keeping some things for us is also important.”
She shared that the ceremony was “imperfectly perfect” and that they hoped to celebrate the same way each year.