Bristol Palin Moves On From Her Divorce — Making It Instagram Official With New Boyfriend Janson Moore

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Who Is Bristol Palin's Boyfriend? Her Instagram Official Relationship With Janson Moore

Well, it looks like Bristol Palin has a new beau, and he's a cutie!

The “Dancing With The Stars" alum, 29, made her relationship with former Texas A&M quarterback Janson Moore, 24, Instagram official last weekend, sharing a photo taken of the couple at a Texas A&M football game, captioned only with a heart-eyes emoji.

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Her mom, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin commented, “Okeyyyyy!” on the photo. Many other commenters were overjoyed with the update and shared nothing but positivity.

One commenter wrote, “He called you a good and perfect gift from God. I am not Christian, but I respect a man who sees value in a good woman.”

Read on for all the details on Bristol's new man and their relationship.

1. Bristol shared that she was afraid to start dating again.

This is Bristol 's first public relationship since her split from her ex-husband, Dakota Meyer. She and Dakota married in June 2016 and divorced in February 2018. They have two children together, Sailor Grace, 3, and Atlee Bay, 2.

After her divorce, Palin was understandably reticent to start dating again. Palin has three children. In addition to the two girls she had with Meyer, she has a son, 11-year-old Tripp, with ex-boyfriend Levi Johnston. She has a lot on her plate.

“Dating is a scary thing," she's said. "I’ve got my hands full, and it’s kind of daunting. It’s not even on my mind right now."

2. Janson, 24, works as a medical sales rep.

According to Janson’s LinkedIn profile, he is currently working as a medical sales representative in Austin, Texas, for the company Seven Spine and has been employed with the company since January 2018.

Prior to that, he worked at a Lululemon store. He graduated from Texas A&M with a bachelor of science degree in Health Sciences in 2016.

3. Janson has also been divorced.

As it turns out, Janson has also been married before.

Janson’s marriage only lasted 11 months and his divorce was officially finalized a mere three months ago on August 6, 2019. Janson Moore filed for divorce from Makenzie Hausenfluck in May.

As part of the divorce, Moore and Hausenfluck were required to split the $14,000 in debt they accrued together.

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4. He is a Texas native.

Janson was born and raised in Tyler, Texas and attended high school in Henderson, Texas. He played football and earned All-State and All-Rusk County awards in 2013.

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Bristol moved to Houston in 2017 with former husband Dakota Meyer. After her divorce, she moved to the town of Spicewood, Texas, which is about 28 miles from Austin, where Moore lives.

5. Bristol said she would never remarry after her marriage ended.

After the downfall of Bristol ’s marriage, she admitted on "Teen Mom" that she didn’t think she would ever remarry again.

"My parents have been married 30 years, like, of course that would be so incredible to have that. But my thoughts on it have changed so much." If things go well, Janson might just change her mind.

6. Janson shares Christian values too.

Bristol is well known for her Christian values, and it seems that Janson shares the same beliefs as well.

Janson shared the same photo Bristol shared on her Instagram on November 16. but used a Bible verse as the caption, which read: “James 1:17,” references a bible verse that reads, “Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning.”

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Elizabeth Ward is a writing student finishing her bachelor’s at the University of Louisville. She covers news, entertainment, relationships and everything in between.