Christina Haack celebrates Christmas with all three kids after custody battle

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Christina Haack finally got her Christmas wish — to spend the holidays with her three children.

The “Flip or Flop” alum gave fans a glimpse into her and husband Josh Hall’s holiday celebrations over the weekend after settling her bitter custody battle with ex Ant Anstead.

Haack, 39, took to her Instagram Stories on Dec. 25 to share a snap of son Hudson — whom she shares with Anstead — posing alongside sister Taylor, 12, and brother Brayden, 7 — whom she shares with Tarek El Moussa — around the Christmas tree.

“Wonderful Christmas Eve with family and friends,” the reality star wrote atop the snap of the family of five.

Hudson’s appearance on Haack’s social media came as a surprise as the reality star vowed to keep him off social media after Anstead accused her of “exploiting” their son online.

“I CHOSE and choose not to post Hudson because I was exhausted with Instagram being used as a tool against me,” she said in response to the “Wheeler Dealers” star saying she used the toddler as a “puppet” to get more brand deals.

Haack also said that Anstead’s “truly offensive” claims were just “manipulation tactics” used to win guardianship of Hudson.

Anstead and Haack, who welcomed their son in 2019, settled their custody battle earlier this month after the mechanic filed for full custody back in April.

The exes will “continue to have joint legal and joint physical custody” as originally agreed in June 2021 when they finalized their divorce.

They also decided on a holiday schedule with “exceptions” to their initial arrangement, allowing Haack to spend Christmas and Thanksgiving with the little one during even-numbered years and giving Anstead, 43, the odd years.

The opposite goes for Halloween, Easter and the Fourth of July.

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