Carl Radke’s Journey After Lindsay Hubbard: No Hamptons Getaway!


Life has taken a challenging turn for Carl Radke following his split from fiancée Lindsay Hubbard. Their history dates back to the premiere of “Summer House” in 2016, where they began as close friends. It wasn’t until 2022 that they decided to embark on a romantic relationship, culminating in an engagement the same year. However, their journey to the wedding aisle took an unexpected turn, leading to the abrupt cancellation of their engagement less than three months before the planned ceremony.

In September 2023, Radke conveyed the news of their breakup to their loved ones through a heartfelt letter. He expressed the immense difficulty both he and Lindsay faced in coming to terms with the sudden turn of events, stating, “Words cannot possibly express how difficult the last two weeks have been for Lindsay and I … We were left trying to figure out how this all exactly happened before we could even have the opportunity to determine the path forward amongst ourselves.” Radke took the initiative to end the engagement, leaving Lindsay profoundly “devastated” by the unforeseen separation.

Shortly after Radke’s announcement, Hubbard took to social media to share her perspective on the situation. In an Instagram post, she revealed the profound impact the breakup had on her, expressing her struggle to make sense of it all without any answers or closure. Hubbard admitted to feeling a deep sense of humiliation in the wake of these developments.


“Summer House” co-star Kyle Cooke provided insight into Radke’s life post-split, shedding light on the difficult situation he finds himself in. Despite being the one to initiate the breakup, Radke is facing challenges, including what Cooke described as a precarious living arrangement. Cooke explained, “He’s basically homeless letting her live in the apartment that they both pay for. But he drew the line in the sand.”

Cooke also revealed that Radke and Hubbard had been undergoing therapy for months before ultimately parting ways. Despite therapy’s intention to bring couples closer, it appeared to have had the opposite effect in their case. Cooke observed, “From my perspective, there were times where I was like, ‘Man, it’s almost like the only time they could communicate on any given week was in therapy.'” By the end of their relationship, it seemed that Radke and Hubbard struggled to communicate without a third party present.