'Real Housewives Of Miami' -- Where Are They Now?

With The Real Housewives of New York in reunion phase, and The Real Housewives of Ocean County wrapping up for the season, it's an opportunity to take a look at The Real Housewives of Miami and what the ladies are up to now. While fans are still hoping for a comeback, life has gone on for the housewives.

Bravo has been keeping up with the ladies to let everyone know what's up. According to the Daily Mail, Andy Cohen has said right now the show is dead in the water, but "never say never."

Marysol Patton is still the CEO of the Patton Group in Miami. According to the Daily Mail, she is still looking for love after two divorces and made a stop on Millionaire Matchmaker. She has been seen out and about with Hardy Hill of the show Miami Social. Radar Online is reporting that after a stroke, Marysol's mother, Elsa, now has round-the-clock nursing help to assist with walking and daily care.

Model Joanna Krupa is entrenched in a civil suit with RHOBH Brandi Glanville over comments that Glanville made about Krupa's alleged lack of personal hygiene, according to the Inquisitr. The suit now involves RHOBH cast members Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, and Yolanda Foster, who all have been subpoenaed.

According to the Stir, Real Housewives Alexia Eehevarria and her husband, Herman, are divorcing after 15 years of marriage. Their plan is to end the marriage amicably and to continue to run their magazine, Venue, together. They both continue to care for Alexia's sons from her first marriage.

Perez Hilton is reporting that Lea Black has a new book out, Red Carpets and White Lies, a thinly-veiled work of fiction that details the scandalous social lives of the rich and famous of Miami. She recently reached out with some advice for beleaguered Real Housewives Kim Richards.

"Reality TV is stressful. Maybe a little time out will be good for her. On the other hand, I'm sure it's a great income source for her. So you know, I feel bad for her. When you're on that show, everyone's looking for that 'A-ha, caught you' moment. And if they don't find it, they'll make it up. So, it's a challenge."
Lisa Hochstein and her husband, Lenny, have welcomed their first child this summer via surrogate, according to Us Magazine. The couple are overjoyed to have welcomed Logan Marc to their family.

Lastly, Adriana de Moura and husband Frederic Marq are developing a show called Divorce Rehab as a pilot and are hoping that Real Housewives of Miami will be renewed.

Now, we all just need to hear the word from Bravo that the ladies of Miami will be returning to the small screen.

Would you like to see The Real Housewives of Miami return?

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