Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae younger are off the market


In a match made in real estate heaven, El Moussa, the star of the hit HGTV series “Flip or Flop” is engaged to Young, one of the stars of the Netflix reality series “Selling Sunset.”

The pair announced the news Sunday on their respective Instagram accounts.

About Moussa
Moussa (sometimes spelled Mousa) is both a given name and a surname. It is the Arabic word for Moses. Notable people with the name include:
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Balla Moussa Keïta (1934–2001), Malian actor and comedian
Moussa Ag Amastan, Amenokal of the Kel Ahaggar Tuareg
Moussa Arafat, cousin of late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat
Moussa Ayoub, (c.1873–1955) Syrian-born British portrait artist.
Moussa Castle, a castle on the outskirts of Deir el Qamar
Moussa Coulibaly (footballer, born 1981), Malian football player
Mousa Dembélé (born 1987), Belgian footballer
Moussa Dembélé (born 1996), French footballer
Moussa Diaby (born 1999), French footballer
Moussa Faki (born 1960), Prime Minister of Chad
Moussa Helal, former professional squash player
Moussa Hojeij (born 1974), Lebanese football player
Moussa Ibrahim (born 1974), Libyan spokesman for Muammar Gaddafi’s regime
Moussa Konaté (born 1951), Malian writer
Moussa Koussa (born c. 1949), former Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs under Gaddafi
Moussa Kouyate, kora player
Moussa Latoundji (born 1978), Beninese football player
Moussa N’Diaye (born 1979), Senegalese football player
Moussa Narry (born 1986), Nigerien football midfielder
Moussa Ouattara (disambiguation)
Moussa Pokong (born 1987), Cameroonian football player
Moussa Saïb (born 1969), Algerian footballer
Moussa Sanogo (born 1985), footballer
Moussa Sissoko (born 1989), French footballer
Moussa Sow (born 1986), Senegalese footballer
Moussa Sy (born 1979), Guinean football striker
Moussa Sylla (disambiguation), several people
Moussa Timbiné (born 1974), Malian politician
Moussa Traoré (born 1936), Malian soldier and politician
Moussa Wagué (born 1998), Senegalese footballer
Moussa Yahaya (born 1975), Nigerien football strikerSurname:

Abdul Halim Moussa (born 1930), Egyptian police officer and interior minister
Amr Moussa (born 1936), current Secretary-General of the League of Arab Nations
Christina El Moussa, co-host of Flip or Flop, an HGTV television series with her husband Tarek El Moussa
Franck Moussa (born 1989), Belgian footballer
Hassan Moussa, leading imam of the Stockholm Mosque
Hassen Moussa (born 1973), Tunisian judoka
Idriss Ndele Moussa, Chadian politician
Mustapha Moussa (born 1962), boxer
Raouf Salama Moussa (1929–2006), notable Egyptian bacteriologist and editor
Salama Moussa (1887–1958), notable Egyptian journalist and reformer
Sameera Moussa (1917–1952), Egyptian nuclear scientist
Samy Moussa (born 1984), Canadian conductor and composer
Tarek El Moussa, co-host of Flip or Flop, an HGTV television series with his wife Christina El Moussa
Zara Moussa (born c. 1980), Nigerien singer and rapperIbrahim Moussa was born on September 30, 1946 in Egypt. He was a producer and actor, He was married to Nastassja Kinski. He died on June 24, 2012 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young are off the market

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“She said yes!,” El Moussa wrote in the caption of a photo showing him slipping a ring on Young’s finger as the pair sported black-tie attire. “#FlippingHerLastName.”

Young shared the same image on her account.

Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young are off the market

She had a bit more to say when the couple celebrated their one-year dating anniversary days before announcing their engagement.

Young wrote in a caption that “From the first day I met you, to our first date and our second date when we decided to commit 100% before we barely even knew each other.”

“But we knew what we had was special,” she wrote. “We had that butterflies in your tummy, can’t eat, can’t stop smiling soul mate love.”

“I always knew it was out there, I knew I deserved to find it, I had given up hope that you were out there, and then there you were,” she added. “It was unexpected for both of us and it was a moment that changed our lives forever.”

El Moussa shocked fans in 2016 when he and his then-wife and “Flip or Flop” co-star Christina El Moussa announced they were splitting after seven years of marriage.

They share two children and continued to work together before both eventually got solo shows.

Christina El Moussa remarried in 2018, wedding Ant Anstead, host of the car series “Wheeler Dealers” and they welcomed a son in 2019.

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