Kortney and Dave Wilson of Masters Of Flip have announced their divorce. The Ontario stars released a statement on Instagram Thursday afternoon, declaring the end of their 18-year marriage.
For her part, Courteney told Stern in April 2011 that she and David had broken up because of their sexual differences. “It was early in the morning,” Courteney said of a time he and David were at a Disneyworld hotel with their daughter, Coco. “It’s one of our problems in our relationship.
Kortney and Dave divorced last year, 2020, after eighteen years. That’s not all bad news, though, as the couple still get along well. In fact, last Christmas, Kortney shared a photo on her Instagram with the caption, “Hanging out as a family for a few days.”
In 2006, Kortney and Dave Wilson did some cosmetic renovations on a house and sold it for a profit of $30,000. The couple realized they could make extra money by flipping other houses, part-time at first, while continuing to do music and other part-time jobs.
Native Windsor, Ontario has three children with Dave. The design duo have dual Canadian-American citizenship and live in Nashville with their two biological children – Jett and Sully – and an adopted daughter, Lennox Esmee.
Well, coming home with Kortney and Dave is no more. It’s Making It Home Starring Kortney and Kenny instead, and the revamped series debuted September 1 on HGTV. In it, the two houses renovate and customize for customers as before.
The series, originally starring Dave and Kortney Wilson, formerly of the series Masters of Flip, follows the duo as they help homeowners in the greater Toronto area with home renovations. The series aired January 22, 2020 on HGTV Canada and July 6, 2020 on HGTV U.S.
Filmed all over GTA and Nashville, Kortney and Newfoundland dog Kenny take the reins on a massive makeover in this original series from Corus Studios.