Despite the deep rift, Dina is hopeful about reconciling with her sister –- off camera -- and doesn't deny that being on Real Housewives of New Jersey together had taken its toll on their relationship.
"I'm not gonna lie. I think this world of, I don't want to call it entertainment, but the fame of it all has affected both of us in different ways," Dina told North Jersey’s The Record.
"15 minutes come and go. And I understand we may be stretching it here and there. But at the end of the day, after all that is done, we're gonna see through it all. I love my family. I always will. There's distance right now, and we'll fix that off camera,” Dina added.
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"All I could say is that everybody's on their journey in life, and it doesn't mean anyone is any better than anybody else, but we're in different places. So, sometimes it's better to keep your distance while you're working through some stuff,” Dina said.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Caroline implied she and her sister have kissed — but certainly haven’t made up.
When Andy pressed Caroline about her sisterly rift, and she said she wished people would “get over it.”
“It is what it is. It’s not going to change. I can’t do anything about it, so let it go now,” Caroline snapped.