Heather Rae Young and Tarek El Moussa make their dreams come true.
On Wednesday, the couple announced that they will be starring in their own home renovation reality series — giving viewers a glimpse into both their professional and personal lives.
“More than excited to finally share some really exciting news! After many conversations, we have finally achieved one of our goals and are excited to announce our all-new series ‘The Flipping El Moussas’ with HGTV in 2023! 🔥,” the couple wrote in the post shared on both their Instagram accounts.
The newlyweds will not only star in the eight-episode series, but also executive produce.
While it’s unclear whether Young will leave Netflix’s “Selling Sunset,” the broker says “The Flipping El Moussas” will combine the strengths of both her and house-flipping pro Tarek.
“It was so much fun bringing our expertise from each of our worlds together. We’re working on all the new flipping projects – from multimillion dollar homes in Los Angeles to a tiny house in Big Bear, California, and everything in between that we can’t wait to share with you! ❤️,” their statement continued alongside photos from behind the scenes of the show.
“We will also provide a glimpse into our daily lives with the children, our loved ones and our journey to grow our family.”
Tarek, 40, currently stars in “Flipping 101” and previously starred in “Flip or Flop” – which ended after 10 seasons this year – with his ex-wife Christina Haack. Young, 34, is bringing her own expertise to the new Home Withdrawal series after working as a real estate agent for eight years and currently starring in the hit Netflix series.
The show promises glimpses into the couple’s family life, including the difficulties of co-parenting Tarek’s two sons with Haack, Taylor, 11, and Brayden, 6, as well as their own journey to conceive.
The reality star – who married El Moussa in October 2021 – has been open about her fertility journey and the process of undergoing IVF treatments. While the couple would love to add another one to their family, Heather told Vidak For Congress in April that she felt like her body was “not ready” given all the stress she’s been through.