Meghan King is continuing on with her quest for love, following her split from boyfriend of six months Christian Schauf in November.
And the reality star, 36, spoke candidly about navigating the dating scene as a single mother in her new home base of St. Louis in a recent interview with UsWeekly.
'I was kind of dating, but then the [coronavirus] pandemic hit when I was starting to date. Then I'm dating in St. Louis, and that is a little bit more awkward,' Meghan told the outlet.
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'When the guy comes to the front door, I'm like, "OK, do you come to the front door? Or do I allow you to be a gentleman, or do I hide my kids? Do I wait until they're already asleep? How does this work?"'
Meghan shares three children, daughter Aspen, four, and two-year-old twins Hart and Hayes, with her estranged husband Jim Edmonds, 50, whom she split from in October of 2019.
The former couple, who were married for five years have been embroiled in a bitter divorce battle with Edmonds moving on with girlfriend Kortnie O’Connor earlier this year.
Meghan admitted to UsWeekly that she has yet to find the perfect 'balance' between her dating life and family life, but she is 'going to try to shield' Aspen, Hart, and Hayes from her future romantic pursuits.
Moving on: Meghan King is continuing on with her quest for love, following her split from boyfriend of six months Christian Schauf in November; Meghan and Christian pictured
'But also, a part of me says, "Look, this is Mommy's life."… I'm not going to have just a revolving door and make that a priority, my number one priority in my life,' insisted the star.
She noted that 'shielding' is not the same as 'hiding' the men in her life from her children because that would be 'hiding a part of what they are experiencing' from them.
'I feel like to hide it from my children is hiding a part of what they are experiencing, even peripherally,