‘MDLLA’ star Josh Flagg finalizes divorce from Bobby Boyd
Josh Flagg is legally single again.
The “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” star finalized his divorce from his now-ex-husband, Bobby Boyd, on Tuesday, multiple sources confirm to Page Six.
After a judge dissolved the former couple’s nearly six-year marriage, Boyd released a statement reflecting on the time he shared with Flagg.
“Falling in love with Josh was one of the special times in my life I will never forget,” he told “Entertainment Tonight,” which was first to report the news.
“I am sad the way our marriage ended, but everyone deserves to be truly happy and go after whatever it is that will make that happen.”
Boyd, 38, added that while he hopes to “reconnect” with Flagg, 37, one day to “talk about the good times” they had, he is “happy” that his former spouse “has found the love of his life with his boyfriend, Andrew [Beyer].”
The news comes one year after Page Six exclusively reported that Flagg was divorcing Boyd following a months-long separation.
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The Bravolebrity wrote on Instagram at the time, “This was not a rash or impulsive decision. We have been very thoughtful before coming to this conclusion. It was not a lack of love but rather the two of us growing in different directions and wanting very different things for ourselves.”
Boyd, meanwhile, shared on his account, “If there is one thing I can say about both of us, it’s that we both gave everything we absolutely could to make this work.”
The exes had been married since September 2017.
Sources told us that Flagg was living at the Beverly Hills Hotel in the months leading up to the divorce. However, in March 2022, he purchased a $9.2 million home in the Flats neighborhood of Beverly Hills.
The luxury real estate agent went Instagram-official with Beyer, 24, the following month and was talking about remarrying by October.
“I don’t think I’d be dating somebody that I didn’t want to spend the rest of my life with,” he told Page Six of his beau, who has since appeared on “MDLLA.”
“Because that’s just otherwise filling time.”