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EXCLUSIVE: Real Housewives of New Jersey's Manzo Brothers Get New Bachelor Pad


Nov. 15 2010, Published 8:00 a.m. ET

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The two sons of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Caroline Manzo have finally moved out of home!

Chris and Albie, who have become reality TV regulars under the Manzo family's Franklin Lakes roof, recently moved to Hoboken, New Jersey, and have set up their own bachelor pad, has learned.

"The guys decided to get their own place because they are young and good looking and famous," a source close to the family told

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"They get a lot of attention from women. They are growing up and they need their privacy."

To christen their new home away from home, the Manzo brothers even hosted an "11/11 party" last Thursday night in the Chandelier Room at the W Hoboken, which they Tweeted about all week.

Their mother, the red-headed matriarch of the Housewives, has never been shy about how close her family is and protecting her kin -- even coining such phrases as: "Let me tell you something about my family, we are as thick as thieves and we will protect each other until the end."

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So needless to say, her sons flying the coop has left her with an empty nest.

"Their mom is really sad because she is really close to her sons," said the source, pointing to an October 30 Tweet in which she declared: "The winds of change are blowing."


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