Following her split from Tom D’Agostino last month, Luann de Lesseps has received an overwhelming amount of support and well wishes from friends and fans. But there is one Real Housewives of New York City costar star who has yet to contact her. “They’ve all reached out to me for the most part,” de Lesseps, 52, exclusively tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue. “I’ve seen Ramona [Singer]. I’ve seen Dorinda [Medley]. Tinsley [Mortimer], Sonja [Morgan] and Bethenny Frankel reached out,” she shares.
Luann de Lesseps is opening up about her decision to divorce Tom D’Agostino after seven months of marriage. The Real Housewives of New York star reveals a major issue in their relationship in this week’s issue of PEOPLE: “Getting caught in the press going out and meeting with ex-girlfriends, that caused a lot of fights to go on,” she says. De Lesseps, 52, recalls coming home from a dinner party, only for D’Agostino to head back out to meet a former flame.
Luann de LessepsÂ is getting candid about life after her split fromÂ Tom D’Agostino. Sitting down exclusively with PEOPLE in this week’s issue, theÂ Real Housewives of New York CityÂ star reflects on herÂ divorceÂ after seven months of marriage. “This has been one of the toughest times of my life â€” that, and getting divorced the first time,” says de Lesseps, 52, who was previously married to Count Alexandre de Lesseps for 16 years. “I have a sense of failure, and I hate to fail,” she adds.
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