In the latest season of “Selling Sunset,” Tarek El Moussa and Christina Hall’s daughter Taylor praised her stepmother Heather Rae Young, referring to her as the “best mom ever.” This comment caused social media users to question if Taylor was playing favorites as Hall also has a son with El Moussa. El Moussa and Young welcomed their first child together, a son named Tristan, earlier this year.
Tarek El Moussa and Christina Hall’s daughter Taylor praises her stepmother, Heather Rae Young, calling her the “best mom ever” on “Selling Sunset,” which caused social media users to speculate if Taylor is playing favorites and forgetting about her actual mother.
In the latest episode of “Selling Sunset,” Tarek El Moussa and Christina Hall’s 12-year-old daughter, Taylor, gives a shoutout to her stepmother, Heather Rae Young, during her baby shower. Taylor calls Young the “best mom ever” and adds, “My dad got lucky. You’re way out of his league.” The heartwarming moment has caught the attention of social media users, with some pointing out that it left out Hall. One user tweeted, “Heather’s stepdaughter saying she’s the best mom ever on screen when she has a mom, that everyone knows.”
Hall and El Moussa welcomed Taylor in 2010 and later had a son, Brayden, before splitting in 2016 and finalizing their divorce in 2018. El Moussa moved on with Young, whom he proposed to in July 2020 and tied the knot just over a year later. They welcomed their first child together, a son named Tristan, in January.
Young, who often gushes over her close relationship with Taylor and Brayden, has referred to herself as their “bonus mom.” Hall, on the other hand, is the mother of three boys: Taylor, Brayden, and Hudson, whom she shares with ex-husband Ant Anstead. She is now married to Joshua Hall.
Despite the sweet moment between Taylor and Young, some social media users are questioning whether Taylor is playing favorites by leaving Hall out of her speech. One user called Taylor’s statement “a big statement” to make on screen. Regardless of any perceived favoritism, it’s clear that all parties involved have carved out their unique roles and relationships in this blended family dynamic.