Christina Haack and boyfriend Josh Hall flaunt fit physiques on family beach day

They left the hallucinogenic toad at home this time.

Christina Haack hit the beaches of Orange County Thursday with her new boyfriend Josh Hall and her five-year-old son, Brayden.

The “Flip or Flop” host 38, wore a white bikini and shades for the outing, with Hall opting for a pair of print shorts that left his arm and leg tattoos on full display.

The HGTV star and her realtor beau split their time with each other and Brayden, whom Haack shares with her ex-husband and “Flip or Flop” co-star, Tarek El Moussa. The boy was snapped holding Hall’s hand as they stood at the edge of the water at one point, which suggests he’s getting along with mom’s new squeeze.

Haack and El Moussa, who were married from 2009 to 2018, also share 10-year-old daughter Taylor, who didn’t appear to be present for the beach trip.

Haack announced in September 2020 that she was separating from Ant Anstead, officially filing for divorce from the “Wheeler Dealers” alum, 42, in November. The former couple, who share 1-year-old son Hudson, finalized their split in June.

Just two weeks later, the television host purchased a new, 6,000-square-foot beachfront mansion in the Orange County city of Dana Point, Calif. worth $10.3 million.

The latest shots of the couple come just four days after Hall and Haack sparked engagement rumors with a photo of Haack reportedly wearing a diamond ring on her left hand. The photo has since been deleted, per TMZ, and she wasn’t wearing a rock for the family beach outing.

In July, Haack revealed that she met Hall after smoking toad venom.

“The synchronicities hit us so hard and fast they were impossible to ignore,” she wrote on Instagram. “I felt immediately crazy protective over him and wanted to keep him for myself and get to know each other before the tornado (media attention) hit. We’ve had a few solid months of just us getting to know each other and I’ve loved every second of it.”

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