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Ramona Singer is no Tre Hugger. 

The “Real Housewives of New York City” OG, 66, “liked” an Instagram post about Caroline and Lauren Manzo’s recent assessment that “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice is a “monster” affected by fame. 

“I miss the days of Season 1 Teresa. I do … that’s what makes me so sad because we had belly laughs,” Caroline, 61, said onstage at Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” Live podcast event at City Winery in New York City Thursday. 

The “Food, Love and Chaos with Caroline Manzo” host — who once starred alongside Giudice, 51, on “RHONJ” — added, “We were there for each other. We were on this journey.”

Caroline believes that life in the limelight unfortunately altered Giudice’s behavior for the worse. 

“Fame is a very, very dangerous thing, and if you are not completely grounded in who you are, you believe the bulls–t,” Caroline continued.

“The fame got to her head, and I will stand here to this day — to this moment — in the fact that I have always defended her.”

The Bravo legend’s 35-year-old daughter, Lauren, went even further in criticizing Giudice, calling her a “monster” who would “step on anybody to get ahead.”

Singer — who also participated in Thursday’s Mother’s Day-themed event with daughter Avery Singer — has previously clashed with Giudice herself. 

The “Life on the Ramona Coaster” author accidentally leaked Giudice’s wedding date and venue last summer when she enthusiastically shared video footage of the elaborate invitation via her Instagram Stories. 

“Well, they’re definitely gonna need more security, that’s for sure,” Ramona later joked on SiriusXM’s “Jeff Lewis Live.”

The “Turtle Time with Ramona and Avery Singer” podcast co-host ultimately skipped Giudice’s Aug. 6, 2022, nuptials to Luis “Louie” Ruelas. 

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Weeks after tying the knot, Giudice complained that Ramona’s snafu indeed forced her to beef up security. 

“I was like, ‘Are you f–king kidding me?’” Giudice recalled while on a panel at the Live! Casino & Hotel in Philadelphia last August. 

“I’m like, ‘Ramona, take down my invitation off your Story! Why would you do that?’ I’m like, ‘You’re on TV, I’m on TV, why would you do that? My husband-to-be has crazy f–king exes, are you kidding me?’”

Giudice explained that even though her “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” co-star deleted the Instagram Story after 30 minutes, fans had already used the password to go into her wedding website and find details.

Andy Cohen claims in his new book, “Daddy Diaries,” that Giudice branded Ramona “low class” for the mistake in a private text exchange. 

Incidentally, Giudice made a mistake of her own when attempting to promote 28-year-old Avery’s BachBoss business, which offers custom tailored travel experiences for group celebrations. 

Back in April, Giudice gave a shout-out to BachBoss on her Instagram Story — but copied and pasted the event-planning service’s suggested caption rather than writing her own.

“Congrats @averysinger on the launch of her new company @bachboss_ !” Giudice’s post read. “Go give her a follow to show your support and if you need any bach planning help, she is your girl! Something like that.”

The second part of the caption, which seemed to be instructions for Giudice, read, “Make sure they tag @bachboss_ plz and this is our website if they want to click as well.”

Giudice evidentially was made aware of the blunder, as she subsequently deleted the post.

Avery co-founded BachBoss with her friend Jolie Lauren Golub earlier this year.

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