Chrishell Stause says she is “open” to having a child alone

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Selling sunset Star Chrishell Stause She revealed that she was “open” to the possibilities she had Children On her own.

In an interview with Man Prior to the release of her debut novel, Under construction: I have a little work to live my best lifeStause said, the possibility of becoming a single parent seems to be both “scary” and “a little liberated.”

With reality TV stars Real estate agent Previously relationship With her boss Selling sunset Co-star Jason Oppenheim.

Paired in December 2021 Announced that they were split Their views on starting a family were not “consensus”.

“It’s bittersweet. I can’t talk about this issue. Chrishell Stause talked about the farewell to her and Oppenheim.

“I know what my future will be, but I’m sure I’m keeping all options open,” she added, opposed to exploring fertility routes that don’t require a partner. I explained that it wasn’t.

“I love it [to meet someone] It happens, but if not, I feel like I can do it myself.

“It sounds scary, but I feel a little free because I know I’m not bound by this idea that I have only this limited time to understand it.”

However, Stause has revealed that she still has the hope and partner she finds and has no plans to explore the route of birth yet.

“I feel it’s one of the things that gives me a certain amount of time,” she said.

“It’s 2022 and we need to consider all the options. I definitely came across the idea that yes, I’m going to go and try. [find a partner]But if you can’t find it, it’s okay. “

Stause was previously married this is us Actor Justin Hartley filed for divorce in November 2019 after two years of marriage.

News of divorce and its impact on Stause Sale of SunetIn the meantime, she claimed that Hartley had informed her of their separation in text.

Openly about her past relationships, Stause said Man Her experience changed her view of love and “perfect romance.”

“Throughout my life, I had this idea of ​​Cinderella-a man wiped you out of your feet and you live happily ever since.

“But I decided it was a new world and a little confused by Cinderella. Sometimes you have to be the godfather of your own fairy.”