'Flip or Flop' Star Christina El Moussa Steps Out With Boyfriend for First Time Following Split From Tarek

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Christina El Moussa is all smiles -- with her new man by her side!
The Flip or Flop star, who announced in December that she had called it quits with her co-star and husband, Tarek El Moussa, last May following a heated fight, was recently spotted out and about in Yorba Linda, California, with her new boyfriend, Gary Anderson.
In the pic, obtained by In Touch, Christina seemed to pay no mind to onlookers, flashing a grin and holding onto Gary's left arm. The contractor appeared just as happy, leaning in close to Christina.
"They seemed so relaxed and comfortable together -- totally in sync," an eyewitness reportedly told the outlet last Thursday. "Christina looked adoringly at him. She was beaming!"
A source close to the HGTV star told ET she and Tarek, who share two kids, 6-year-old daughter Taylor and 1-year-old son Brayden, are still working together, however..
"They're currently in production for season 7. It's business as usual," the source explained. "They're working together on set. They're fine. They are able to work together and continue their business."
"They remain committed to their children and co-parenting," the source added. "Their children are their number one priority. They'll always communicate. They're going to be cordial for the best of their family."
As ET previously reported, Gary was a witness to Christina and Tarek's blow-out fight last May, when cops were called to the former couple's home in Orange County, California, after Sheriff's personnel responded to a call of a possibly suicidal male with a gun.
According to court documents, Gary allegedly witnessed Tarek remove a handgun from a gun safe, place it in his backpack and leave the room. Christina also claimed that when Gary asked Tarek what he was doing, he did not answer.
ET reached out to Christina's rep who declined to comment on this report.
Hear more on Gary and his involvement in the incident in the video below.
-- Reporting by Brendon Geoffrion