The Truth About Summer House's Lindsay Hubbard

Lindsay Hubbard has been a mainstay on Bravo's surprise hit "Summer House" since Season 1. However, as Screen Rant notes, her time in the Hamptons has been consistently drama filled largely because the PR executive is so unlucky in love. From her first onscreen boyfriend, Everett Weston, to most recent paramour Stephen "Strayy" Traversie, Hubbard seems to somehow have a tougher time finding love each season. 

Thankfully, the reality star confirmed post-Season 5 that she and Traversie were no longer together, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. She also claimed there were no hard feelings. However, during a subsequent "Watch What Happens Live" appearance, Hubbard revealed she'd blocked her ex, suggesting all wasn't well between them. She also wasn't impressed that fellow cast-member Kyle Cooke had been hanging out with Traversie. 

Although Hubbard is hugely successful, serving as the president of Hubb House PR, she was heavily criticized for her unrealistic "Timeline 4 Life." Hubbard expected to be married and pregnant by 2022, which obviously didn't work out for her. Thankfully, she seems to have learned her lesson, promising fans on Instagram "no more timelines" in future. Aside from her day job and appearing on "Summer House," Hubbard also sells her own merch online. But, with Season 6 looming, fans are wondering where her love life stands.

Lindsay Hubbard's reconciliation with her ex caused a stir

In April 2021, "Summer House" star Lindsay Hubbard shocked fans when she claimed none other than Jamie Foxx had slid into her DMs. Sadly, it was not to be, since ahead of the Season 6 premiere, Hubbard confirmed she'd rekindled her romance with former boyfriend, and co-star, Carl Radke. "We're definitely dating!" she enthused to Page Six, adding, "We don't really talk in labels ... [But] we're very much together. We're very happy." 

Fans were speculating for months that the duo, who'd long professed to be simply "best friends," was dating again — especially after they attended Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula's wedding together the previous September. In fact, Hubbard admitted, "We've always had this thing for each other. Sometimes you'll look back and be like, 'Was I just filling the time until I was ready and he was ready?'" They originally dated back in Season 4, but the timing wasn't right, and now Hubbard believes they can make things work, particularly considering Radke's sobriety. 

She promised fans would see "a new evolution" of their relationship in Season 6. As for why they kept things under wraps until now, the PR executive shared, "We wanted a little bit of privacy. We're not filming right now and we already tried this a couple of years ago. We had a lot of opinions and scrutiny because we tried it while we were filming." Radke, meanwhile, told Us Weekly they're "the best team ever."