It's complicated. "Real Housewives of New York" star Ramona Singer stopped by the "Bethenny" show to reminisce with former castmate Bethenny Frankel and discuss the status of her marriage after filing for divorce from husband Mario Singer back in January.
"I know that you've had some issues at home and you are dealing with that publicly, is that all on the show?" Frankel asked her former co-star in the episode airing on March 11. "Well, you'll see Mario and I together," Singer said of the pre-taped reality show episodes. (The mother of one, 56, filed for divorce from her husband of 27 years on Jan. 28, just one day after Us Weekly confirmed the couple had separated.)
"Right now I am going through some adversity but through adversity you become stronger and you know what I have me, myself and I," Singer continued. "None of this happened until after the show. My situation with my husband didn't happen until just a couple of weeks ago."
A week after filing for divorce, Singer thanked fans for their support and admitted that it has been "the most difficult time in my life."
Frankel, who's currently in the midst of a nasty public divorce herself with Jason Hoppy, went on to ask Singer about how the separation was affecting her personally. "Do you feel like you have a new lease on life? Are you heartbroken? Because I've just gone through something too," the show host shared.
"No, really right now I don't know where anything is going," Singer confessed. "I have myself, I have my friends. I know my husband loves me, he knows that I love him and we will see what happens," she continued. Shifting her body to directly address the audience, Singer told the crowd, "Nothing is written in stone, life is an evolution. Again, ladies and gentlemen, as long as you feel good about yourself you can handle anything."
Indeed, Singer was spotted getting cozy with her longtime love for a NYC bowling date last month. "The two requested a private area where they could spend time alone away from staff and other guests," an eyewitness told Us. "The two were joking around and being affectionate." Like their tumultuous relationship, the evening turned sour at one point with Mario leaving the bowling alley after Ramona appeared upset, the eyewitness added.
"It's not a black and white situation," Frankel noted on her show of Singer's marriage. "People might see something as a black and white situation but you've been on a journey together."
"Yeah 25 years," responded the entrepreneur. "Everything will work out the way I want it to work out."
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