'RHONY' Star Ramona Singer Concerned That Ex-Husband, Mario, Will Remain In Florida, Despite Deadly Storms

Ashley Hoffman

Real Housewives of New York City veteran Ramona Singer is praying for her ex-husband, Mario Singer, who is still trapped in the category 4 hurricane's path. The RHONY star said that she's pretty concerned that her ex will remain in south Florida despite the life-threatening 125 mph winds followed by a possible 12-18 inches of rainfall.

On Friday, the 60-year-old wine connoisseur attended Nicole Miller's New York Fashion Week show and opened up about concerns she had about a conversation with Mario that led her to believe he will not evacuate his residence in South Florida, according to the New York Post.

"My daughter and I are concerned that he won't evacuate... We both reached out to him, but he says that he's gonna bunker down and sit this one through."
"There is a serious threat of significant storm surge flooding along the entire west coast of Florida and 15 feet of impact above ground level in southwest Florida."

Mario and Ramona were married for 23 years prior to their 2015 divorce, after Ramona caught Mario cheating with another woman, according to People magazine. The couple had one daughter together, Avery, who is 22-years-old.

Ramona may have taken some solace in hearing that fellow Real Housewives star Dolores Catania's daughter, Gabrielle Catania, survived Hurricane Irma's wrath in the Caribbean this week. Gabrielle was trapped at the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine.

"To Gabby's credit, she's a scrapper... She's a farm girl. She rides horses, she delivers cows. That's what she did in undergrad. Gabby is a tough chick."
"Then the panic set in and I didn't sleep for two days... There's nothing you can do, Mother Nature is going to take its course. We couldn't get to her, so we had nothing left but to pray at that point."

"It was a truly wonderful party and we all had such a good time... I am so proud of her for graduating from a top school."

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