The Real Housewives of New York star Ramona Singer has been keeping a low profile since her marriage fell apart last year. Even though Ramona was often bragging about how wonderful her marriage was to Mario Singer, she didn’t realize that Mario wasn’t happy and was looking elsewhere for love and intimacy. He had found himself a mistress, something Ramona was not pleased about.
Ramona Singer dodged Any Cohen’s questions during the previous reunion, which was right after the story broke. Clearly, Singer was not ready to talk about her feelings. But Ramona has revealed that she will now spill the beans as she is writing a tell-all memoir. And this book is not meant as a bashing for her estranged husband. This book will be about her entire life.
According to a new Bravo report, The Real Housewives of New York star Ramona Singer is ready to open up about everything that has happened to her during her lifetime. Of course, Singer never hid the fact that her father was a violent and aggressive man, so one can imagine that she will provide some details from her childhood.
“I’m actually opening up about my whole life,” Ramona Singer has revealed about this new memoir.
“You’re really a product of your environment and the trials and tribulations you go through your entire life. I wouldn’t be where I am without it, and I want to inspire women to be strong and have true faith. You can achieve anything you need to and get over the obstacles.”
Fans of The Real Housewives of New York will be eager to hear how Ramona is doing. She has been putting on a tough face throughout this entire ordeal, but one can imagine that she is hurt by everything that has happened.
According to the Inquisitr, Ramona Singer has revealed that she is happy and ready to move on from a scandalous year. Previously, Singer had said that she had tried to make her marriage work by giving Mario many chances to improve his dedication to her. He had moved back into the apartment they shared, but Ramona later learned that he had continued his affair with his mistress.
“I tried to make my marriage work because I have strong values and I believe that people make mistakes,” Singer said back then, adding, “But you reach a point where you realize the other person isn’t putting in as much effort as you are. And I reached my breaking point.”
Would you read Ramona Singer’s memoir about what happened to her?
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