AceShowbiz - Meghan King Edmonds has found herself new love, six months after publicly calling it quits with her husband Jim Edmonds. The former cast member of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" is now dating entrepreneur Christian Schauf.
A source tells In Touch that Meghan and Christian, who is hosting a podcast show titled "Life Uncharted", "have been seeing each other for a few months now and she's head over heels in love." The so-called insider goes on dishing on, "They have a lot in common, and they're both really into each other."
According to the site, the Bravo alum and the founder of Uncharted Supply Company are currently spending time together in Utah, where he's from. The 35-year-old TV personality and her kids recently flew from Los Angeles to St. Louis, Miss., where Jim lives, and left their daughter Aspen and twin boys Hayes and Hart in the care of their father.
The source further gushes about Christian's personalities that reportedly match those of Meghan's, "He's very down to earth. He's a nice guy and the perfect catch." The source adds of the new couple, "Yes, this is still pretty new, but Meghan is very happy."
It's currently unknown how Meghan and Christian got to know each other. His Uncharted Supply Company sells emergency preparedness kit. The company's website describes him as "a serial adventurer, athlete, entrepreneur and philanthropist... In his downtime he lends aid to those in need, performs charity work in the world's most dangerous cities, and chases adventure in every sense of the word."
News of Meghan and Christian's romance arrives less than a month after her estranged husband Jim confirmed he's dating Kortnie O'Connor, who previously had a threesome with him and Meghan. In mid-April, the former MLB star took to Instagram Stories to show them working out while quarantining together.
His representative Steve Honig also confirmed their relationship, telling Page Six that "Jim and Kortnie are in a relationship." His rep further explained, "They have been quarantined together for the past few weeks and, like everyone else, are trying to stay safe and healthy."