The Selling Sunset star posted a lengthy heartfelt message via Instagram on Sunday, July 25: “One year ago today I made the best decision of my life by saying yes to spending forever with the most special man. I remember when he proposed… In that moment everything melted away and I was just staring at my forever person, fully in tears thinking how lucky I was that I got to spend the rest of my life with him.”
The realtor continued: “Thank you to the man who has put a smile on my face every single day. You have shown me what true love and family are all about. I fall more and more in love with you as I watch how amazing of a dad you are with the babies, how hard you work, and how you put family and your loved ones first in your life.”
“You’re my best friend, my person, and my rock,” the 33-year-old reality TV star gushed about her hunky fiancé. “Happy 1 year of being engaged baby! Cheers to a lifetime of You & Me.”
Moussa and the blonde bombshell began dating in 2019 and announced their engagement in July 2020. The happy couple recently spent the last week celebrating two years of dating in St. Barts.
The Flipping 101 alum compared his ex to his current fiancée and bragged about his happy life, allegedly yelling, "Look at me, look at me, look at me. It’s called winning," before concluding his rant by screaming at Haack: "The world knows you're crazy!" After the blowup, production reportedly stopped filming the co-parents together for the rest of the day.
The former flames — who wed in 2009 — called it quits in 2016, but continued their work relationship even after their divorce was finalized in January 2018. The exes share two children together: daughter Taylor Reese, 10, and son Brayden James, 5.
After the on set incident dominated headlines, a source dished that Moussa regretted his actions. OK! reported that the co-parents "did get into a disagreement" and Moussa "lashed out," but "he's super remorseful." An insider dished that the two are “exes who share a history and children and a workplace," noting "but outside of co-parenting, they're not friends."