"We're actually getting along really, really well right now," the mother of two recently told ET's Lauren Zima, adding that the former couple have figured out how to work together amicably by "letting go of past resentment, living in the future and remembering that kids are the priority."
Last month, ET caught up with Tarek after news broke that Christina and her new man had called it quits, and the HGTV star opened up about how he dealt with the fact that his ex had been dating a man he'd known for some time.
"It just took a lot of strength," he said. "[I had to] stay strong and just not think about it."
As the pair continue to power through and film their popular show -- while earning around $10,000 per episode -- the network recently announced that they had greenlit five new Flip or Flop spinoffs focusing on various cities around the country.