“Our personal youngsters didn’t know we have been separated, and we have been dwelling in the identical house, elevating our youngsters, making an attempt our greatest to maintain a powerful parental entrance for our kids,” the truth star tells Us Weekly solely on the Friday, November 20, episode of the “Getting Real with the Housewives” podcast. “I do know why I did it for my circle of relatives and I do know my intentions have been good, however I’m unsure it was actually the suitable alternative. My youngsters have been surprisingly very supportive.”
The Bravo star revealed that she and Seth have been “on and off for years,” however have been “one hundred pc non-public about it” till she joined the Housewives.
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“The separations we’ve had have been on and off for years and we’ve even dated different folks every now and then,” Meredith explains to Us. “It was not one thing I actually needed to speak about, however I needed to and was pressured to speak much more than I even needed to by a number of the ladies and that to me shouldn’t be being buddy.”
She provides, “To me being buddy is respecting any individual’s house and their privateness once they want it.”
Meredith, who wed Seth in 1996 and share three grownup youngsters, Reid, Chloe and Brooks, remained coy when requested in regards to the standing of her relationship.
“I’d relatively say that you need to watch and see, however I’ll say we now have three lovely youngsters collectively. We principally grew up collectively,” she says to Us. “I imply, we met at 23 years outdated, so we’re at all times going to have a relationship collectively and above and past that — watch and see. I would like everybody to be invested in my journey. I don’t wish to give away any endings.”
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