Ramona Singer appears to be aging backwards.
As she and her co-stars prepare for the upcoming 12th season premiere of The Real Housewives of New York City, Ramona has been enjoying time with her daughter, Avery Singer. Recently, as Bravo’s Style & Living revealed to readers on December 29, Ramona and Avery dyed their hair similar shades of blond.
“Blonde [sic] girls,” Ramona wrote in the caption of a photo of the two of them she shared on Instagram, also tagging their hairstylist, Julius Michael.
Ramona also discussed her and Avery’s new looks on her Instagram stories as she shared clips and told her fans and followers that she believes blondes have “more fun.” Avery also posted a sweet photo of the two of them on her own page as she sat on her mother’s lap and took a pic of the two of them looking gorgeous with their new blonder locks.
Throughout the holiday season, Ramona and Avery spent tons of time together. Throughout their celebrations, they both shared photos and videos of one another on social media. In one photo, Ramona and Avery posed in front of a Christmas tree alongside several of their friends. In that photo, it seemed as if the duo were sisters, not mother and daughter.
Although Ramona celebrated her 63rd birthday last month, she still looks absolutely phenomenal. For many, it’s been hard to believe that she is actually in her 60s.
As The Inquisitr previously reported, Ramona recently filmed a new season of The Real Housewives of New York City with her co-stars and friends, including Luann de Lesseps, Sonja Morgan, Dorinda Medley, Tinsley Mortimer, and Leah McSweeney. Soon, fans will be getting their first look at the new episodes.
As fans of the series well know, the ladies began filming Season 12 in late August, around the time Bethenny Frankel announced she would not be returning to the show.
As for Ramona’s thoughts on Bethenny’s exit, she seemed unconcerned.
“You know, it’s very interesting. When a cast member leaves, it just keeps going. We are a machine,” Ramona told Entertainment Tonight. “But I have to say, this year, I really feel that the show has gone to a deeper level where we as women, maybe because of where we are in our lives, we’ve bonded in such a different way this season than never before, never before in 12 years and I think fans are going to really relate.”