Ramona Singer had quite the interesting perspective on post-quarantine dating to share with her daughter, Avery Singer.
Avery, 25, was seeing three different guys before the coronavirus pandemic hit — “just, like, dinners, keeping it PG,” she said in a new interview — but if her reality-star mom is right, Avery could have a better chance of settling down after lockdown restrictions are lifted.
“My mom actually thinks that a lot of these f—kboys will come out of this and want a girlfriend and settle down,” Avery said on the “Spilling the Quarantea” Instagram show.
Avery said dating amid the pandemic is “definitely interesting” but that it’s also a “great time to make those emotional connections.”
“Right before quarantine, I went out on a couple dates and everyone kind of went all over the country, and I’ve been FaceTiming a few of these guys,” she said.
Avery also said that she and her friends joke that she “should make a PowerPoint presentation” to keep track of all of her suitors since she “has code names for all of them.”
It’s unclear if Ramona, 63, will take her own settling-down advice as she has been known to be a flirt since finalizing her divorce from Mario Singer (Avery’s dad) in 2016. However, the “Real Housewives of New York City” star may be rekindling a romance of her own as she quarantined with Mario for eight weeks in Boca Raton, Fla.
But just last week, Ramona and Avery moved into a friend’s apartment located in the same building as Mario’s pad. While the place boasts three bedrooms, Ramona and Avery are “still choosing to sleep in the same bed.”
“It’s a plot twist, because my mom is here, and they’ve been divorced for the past five years, so it’s kind of been a silver lining,” she said of her living situation,” she said, before adding: “I actually turned 25 the other week and I realized it was my first time celebrating my birthday with both my parents in eight years.”
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