Christina Trevanion Separated from Her Husband, Aaron Dean, In 2022
Christina Trevanion married her husband, Aaron Dean, and they lived happily together.
Since there isn't much information about the auctioneer's marriage, Christina prefers to retain her relationships with her family and not outsiders.
The television presenter did, however, provide her followers a small glimpse into her family life in December 2021 when Trevanion made a joke about her divorce from her husband.
The auctioneer tweeted on her Twitter account, "Has put up Christmas lights ever been mentioned in divorce papers? I'm looking for a buddy or my husband."
The tweet got much more attention from people and followers of Christina. As a result, people started to assume Trevanion and Dean might have divorced after reading the tweet.
However, the television host, not Aaron Dean, has confirmed their separation. As a result, the pair might live happily together under the same roof.
According to an online source, the Shropshire-based company Trevanion & Dean, established in 2015 by Christina and her husband, is headquartered there.
Later, the television host took over the company from her husband in 2019. At the time of his husband's departure, Dean stated that he was thrilled that her wife was now running the company.
Aaron also mentioned that he was eager to witness its success under his wife's direction. Unfortunately, only a few details or information about Trevanion's husband are available online.
It claims that the couple tied marital knots in 2014. Unfortunately, publicly available data can only validate the precise timing or marriage location.
Aaron decided to move to Cheshire with his to establish long-term roots and take a career gap. In 2021, Dean entered the field again, working with Adam Partridge as a senior valuer and auctioneer.
The specialist is particularly passionate about books, old papers, and furniture. Christina's husband's areas of expertise include fine art, clocks, and other artworks.
Trevanion's spouse attended Southampton Solent University to study acceptable art valuation before working for Dreweatt's in Newbury.
After climbing the corporate ladder, Aaron relocated to Gorringes in Lewes as a valuer and cataloguer. He returned to Shropshire in 2013 to be near his family.