All seems to be well between Christina and Tarek El Moussa.

The estranged couple seemed to have spent Christmas together, alongside six-year-old daughter Taylor and 16-month-old son Brayden. The couple appeared to be in good spirits in their Instagram photos, although they didn't appear in one together.

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"#Christmas #thuggin!! We #love our #amazing kids so much!! Wishing you all a #very #merry #Christmas from California!" Tarek captioned. Christina quickly uploaded her own and added, "When you can't get both kids to cooperate for a pic at the same time."

News of the family reunion comes shortly after the couple announced their separation early December. The couple shared a joint statement in the wake of their split, "[We] will continue to work through this process civilly and cooperatively, and plan to continue our professional life together."

Christina has already moved on from the relationship with contractor Gary Anderson, who's no stranger to a messy divorce or two. In Touch previously obtained documents that reveal the contractor lied about his annual income in order to pay less spousal and child support to two ex-wives.

During his split in 1999 with his first wife Jo Ann, documents revealed Gary vastly understated his income, which resulted in extremely low spousal and child support payments. According to the papers, Gary claimed to have earned $128,000 one year, although his actual income “was $1,044,512."

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When this was revealed, Gary was ordered to pay Jo Ann $4,000 a month in spousal support until 2003, $7,082 a month in child support and $100,000 in back child support and agreed to put an additional $50,000 in a bank account for his daughters.

Gary also tried to get off easy with his second wife, Denise. After filing for divorce after just four years of marriage, he was forced to give her $2,000 a month spousal support for two years, $330,000 from their joint bank account, a brand-new BMW, their $700,000 California home and an equalization payment of $405,000.

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