Chrishell Stause and boyfriend Keo Motsepe are ticking another milestone of their list as they jet off on their first holiday together.
The Selling Sunset star and the Dancing With The Stars professional couldn’t contain their excitement as they made their way to a Cancun, Mexico.
Keo, 31, shared updates with fans on Instagram as he posted clips of the giddy couple together on the plane.
The South-African born dancer and Chrishell, 39, donned face masks for the journey and keep their distance from others when they arrived at Le Blanc Spa Resorts.
However, a later video revealed that Chrishell’s DWTS partner Gleb Savchenko was also joining them at the resort.
News of their Chrishell and Keo’s relationship came after Chrishell was forced to deny having an affair with Gleb.
It was just weeks later when Chrishell and Keo made things Instagram official this month with sweet photos of them kissing and cuddling on a date night.
They had earlier teased fans with footage of them working out together in the gym before revealing the true extent of their relationship.
Fans were delighted that Chrishell had found happiness after she was dumped by her ex-husband Justin Hartley last year.
Chrishell recently stated she is keen to hold a little bit of the relationship back to protect it from the public.
‘I’ve always kind of been, you know, a hopeless romantic, so I just don’t want any — it’s already hard enough as it is when, you know, something is promising,’ Chrishell said on the Viall Files podcast.
‘I just don’t want to add any pressure and make it, you know, any more. I’m going to stop myself. Just the pressure. I don’t want to add any more to it than it is,’ she added.
Chrishell revealed that Keo made the first move, stating: ‘I think it’s okay that I say that he pursued that.’
Host Nick Viall praised Keo for being a ‘loveable, likeable guy’, to which Chrishell admitted: ‘He’s the best,’ while blushing.
In a previous interview, Chrishell admitted she was also worried about the age gap between them with Keo eight years her junior.
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