Chrishell Stause is done with fans asking her to rekindle romance with Jason Oppenheim
Chrishell Stause has firmly stated that she has no intentions of rekindling her relationship with her ex-boyfriend, Jason Oppenheim. The star of “Selling Sunset” recently shared a fan’s comment on her Instagram Story that mentioned missing her with Jason. Stause took the opportunity to address these comments and make her position clear. She emphasized that a reunion with Jason is not in the cards and stated, “It’s never happening.”
Stause went on to express her happiness with her current partner, G Flip, with whom she had a non-legally binding wedding ceremony in May. She referred to G Flip as her “forever partner” and revealed that they are planning to start a family together. This message was reiterated in another Instagram Story, where Stause emphasized once again that a reunion with Jason is out of the question.
The reality star acknowledged that Jason is a great friend and expressed her wishes for him to be happy. However, she also addressed the constant efforts by fans to “ship” them and emphasized that judging a relationship based on limited public information is not the same as truly knowing what is right for oneself.
Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim ended their relationship in December 2021 after dating for five months. Stause shared that the breakup occurred due to a disagreement about having children. Despite the end of their romantic relationship, Stause highlighted the respect and love they have for each other as best friends.
While Oppenheim has moved on with model Mary-Lou Nurk, their relationship has since ended. However, they have managed to maintain a friendship. On the other hand, Stause has gone public with her musician partner during the Season 5 reunion of “Selling Sunset” that aired in May 2022. Both Stause and Oppenheim have shown that there is no animosity between them, even going on double dates with their respective partners. Prior to her relationship with Oppenheim, Stause was married to Justin Hartley, known for his role in “This Is Us,” from October 2017 to February 2021.
Chrishell Stause has no intention of ever rekindling her romance with ex-boyfriend Jason Oppenheim.
The “Selling Sunset” star — who had a non-legally binding wedding ceremony with partner G Flip in May — posted a screenshot of a fan’s comment to her Instagram Story over the weekend which read, “Miss you with Jason.”
“I get these comments all the time on every post, so let me be clear,” Stause wrote atop the screenshot. “It’s never happening.”
The reality star went on to note that she has found her “forever partner” with G Flip, 29, and the two are “planning a family.”
“Everything happened the way it was supposed to,” Stause continued before adding that Oppenheim is “happy” and is a “great friend.”
“But the people constantly trying to ‘ship’ us getting back together are wasting your time. Judging a relationship from small public glimpses is not the same as living in them and truly knowing what and who is right for you.”
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Stause, 42, and Oppenheim, 46, parted ways in December 2021 after dating for five months.
Addressing the breakup, Stause shared that the two ended their relationship over their inability to agree on children.
“Jason was and is my best friend, and other than our ideas for family ultimately not being aligned, the amount of respect and love we have for each other will not change going forward,” she wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post.
“Men have the luxury of time that women don’t and that’s just the way it goes. All of that being said, navigating this public terrain is difficult and I am just trying my best.”
Oppenheim moved on with model Mary-Lou Nurk, 25, but the two have since ended their relationship.
As for Stause, the realtor went public with her musician partner on the show’s Season 5 reunion, which aired in May 2022.
The two exes have made it clear that there is no bad blood between them, even going on double dates with their partners.
Stause was previously wed to “This Is Us” alum Justin Hartley between October 2017 and February 2021.