Selling Sunset's Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim are dating

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Photo credit: Instagram/Chrishell Stause
Photo credit: Instagram/Chrishell Stause

Say hello to a new Selling Sunset romance: Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim just revealed they're dating.

Ahead of the fourth season of Selling Sunset dropping on Netflix, the co-owner of The Oppenheim group Jason and real estate agent Chrishell have gone public with their relationship.

Sharing a series of photos on Instagram from a boat trip in Capri, Italy, Chrishell wrote, "The JLo effect. 🤷🏻♀️" The last two pics in the photo dump show Chrishell and Jason sat close, sharing a kiss on the cheek.

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The comments were full of love for the pair. "Awwwww!!!! Congratulations you guys!! Finally IG official ❤️❤️❤️," Brett Oppenheim's girlfriend Tina wrote, while Brett added, "Love you Chrishell. Thank you for making my brother happy."

Someone else put, "Yessss! We ship it!" and "Guys!!!" Our favourite comment of all read: "Does HR know?"

While Jason hasn't shared reference to the relationship directly, there have been a number of pictures of Chrishell on his Instagram lately. Now it's starting to make sense!

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Previously, Chrishell's divorce from Justin Hartley played out during the season three of Selling Sunset. Chrishell and Justin were married for two years before he filed for divorce at the end of 2019. He then started dating Sofia Pernas in May 2020, and the pair went Instagram official in January 2021.

Jason, meanwhile, used to date fellow Oppenheim Group estate agent Mary Fitzgerald, who is now married to Romain Bonnet, also a star of the show.

So happy to see them happy.

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