Lindsay Hubbard celebrates love after breaking up with her fiancé Carl Radke.
Hubbard, 37, posed for a group photo at the former summer house Costar Jaclyn Shuman‘s wedding festivities, which the bride, 35, shared via her Instagram Story on Thursday, September 7. Wearing white along with the other guests, Hubbard smiled as she stood next to Shuman before her pal’s wedding in Portugal.
Shuman and Hubbard both appeared on the first season of the Bravo series in 2017 alongside 38-year-old Radke. Kyle Cooke, Cristina Gibson, Stephen McGee, Everett Weston, Ashley Wirkus And Lauren Wirkus. However, Shuman did not return to the show after the first season. Hubbard, for her part, was one of the main actors in the cast.
Hubbard’s outing with Shuman marks the first time they’ve been seen out and about since Us weekly confirmed that she and Radke had split in August. The former couple, who began an on-again, off-again romance in 2019, were due to tie the knot in Mexico in November – and had been filming their wedding preparations for Season 8.
After the news broke, a source said Us that Hubbard was “taken aback” when Radke broke off their engagement, while noting that the situation was “all so bad.”
“Lindsay is separated and not doing well, she’s surrounded by friends and family, but this has been very bad,” the insider explained earlier this month.
While Hubbard and Radke’s canceled wedding had consequences for the two, it also affected their guests. A second insider told Us Earlier this week we announced that the deadline for canceling overseas wedding reservations had already passed.
“Only the producers knew this was going to happen, very few guests were informed before the news broke,” a source claimed. “The deadline to cancel their rooms and get a refund [is over]so many guests had to eat up the cost.”
Radke and Hubbard’s romance experienced numerous ups and downs over the years as they came to terms with their feelings for each other. After being friends for years, the two began dating during the fourth season, which aired in 2020, before quickly splitting up. Radke and Hubbard decided to remain friends and subsequently began dating other people. However, they rekindled their romance in early 2022 and got engaged that same year.
“We hired a wedding planner, which was the first step for me because I thought the sooner I got a wedding planner, the less stress I would have to have,” Hubbard said exclusively Us in November 2022. “I hope that by next week we will hopefully have a decision on a venue and a date. Hopefully everything will fall into place after that.”