Gina Kirschenheiter’s Estranged Husband Matthew Causes Her Holiday Stress

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Dec. 3 2018, Published 7:40 p.m. ET

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Real Housewives of Orange County star Gina Kirschenheiter vented about her estranged husband Matthew on social media over the weekend. Via Instagram, the mom of three revealed he’s caused her major holiday stress. Does this mean they won’t be spending Christmas together as their divorce battle heats up? Read on for all the details. 

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Gina and Matthew put their problems aside last month when they spent Thanksgiving together as one big family.

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Now, he’s caused a Christmas-related problem for her. Gina complained about the issue on Instagram while watching Watch What Happens Live.

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According to Gina, Matthew hid their Elf on a Shelf in a chandelier within their home, and she had to use a ladder to get it out. She didn’t seem too thrilled about him doing so in the short clip she posted.


Her mood was equally as frustrated while talking about the state of their relationship during part one of the RHOC reunion.

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The mother-of-three broke down in tears as she revealed he never said “I love you” to her in a genuine way. End it She also added they haven’t told their kids about the divorce just yet.

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Gina filed for divorce from Matthew back in April of this year, months before the 13th season of RHOC premiered. She recently served him her financial docs and is seeking spousal support.

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Do you think Gina and Matthew should tell their kids about the divorce sooner than later? Sound off in the comments.


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