Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney have been packing up their belongings and are moving out of their Los Angeles home Tuesday amid their divorce.
“Update.. in case you’re wondering.. I just live amongst a sea of boxes,” Maloney, 35, captioned a photo on her Instagram Story of herself surrounded by cardboard boxes Sunday. “Moving in 2 days.”
For his part, Schwartz, 39, posted a snap of various boxes piled on top of one another in the estranged couple’s living room and added a red heart emoji. He also shared a picture of their two dogs, Butter and Gordo, standing atop their staircase and wrote, “Children of divorce.”
The “Vanderpump Rules” stars, who have been living together since announcing their separation in March, have not elaborated on where they are each moving. It does not appear that their former home in the Valley Village neighborhood is on the market yet.
Maloney previously told Page Six that neither one of them wanted to live in their marital home alone because it’s “too much house.”
“It’s a four-bedroom, big house. We don’t need that each on our own,” she told us in April.
The “You’re Gonna Love Me” podcast host added that she and Schwartz had even been “helping each other find places” to live.
“We’re working on moving out. It’s kinda sad, I’m not going to lie. But I’m really happy for Katie. This is the next chapter, I guess,” the TomTom co-owner told us the same night.
The former couple bought their modern farmhouse for $1.925 million in 2019. The 3,442-square-foot house includes four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a pool and a hot tub. To top it off, the house sits less than two miles from their co-stars Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix and Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright.
Maloney filed for divorce from Schwartz on March 22 after nearly three years of marriage.
The estranged couple, who hope to remain friends, were together for 12 years before calling it quits. They tied the knot in front of Bravo cameras in August 2016 and wed again in Las Vegas in July 2019 when they realized their marriage was never legal.