Real Housewives of New York star Ramona Singer was in need of some serious mother-daughter bonding time after filing for divorce from her love rat husband, Mario Singer -- and sources tell RadarOnline.com that the reality star’s daughter isn’t quite ready to face her father after his alleged love affair!
The family insider reveals that the Bravo reality star’s daughter Avery Singer returned to New York City for a few days – and spent the entire time with her mom.
“She flew home specifically to see her mom and make sure she’s okay,” the source told Radar.
“This has been tough for both of them—and Avery made it a point NOT to see her dad.”
Ramona shared a photo of the two all dolled up and ready to hit the town. "With my fav girl," she wrote.
The pair had a fun girls’ weekend, which included dinner at upscale restaurant Tao Downtown. Later they were seen splurging on fro-yo from Pinkberry, the source added.
Despite the divorce drama, Ramona has been keeping her head high.
"This has been the most difficult time in my life," she said last week. "But when I see so many messages of love & support, it gives me a much needed smile #Thankful.”
Prior to Avery’s trip home, she sent her mom a supportive message, clearly taking sides in her parents’ divorce: “Can’t wait to hug you! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH! #bestmomintheworld.”
As Radar previously reported, Ramona purposely didn’t file for divorce until AFTER filming of the upcoming season was finished because the reality star didn’t want the drama to play out on the hit Bravo show.
Insiders told Radar that Ramona decided to finally pull the plug on her 27-year marriage to Mario after he was accused of cheating on her with a much younger woman, Kasey Dexter.
“But it was only after completing filming of RHONY. Ramona suspected for months that Mario had been cheating on her. She only chose to confront him and Kasey at their Hamtpons home after the cameras had long disappeared,” the source said.
“It was a very calculated decision on Ramona’s part. Ramona didn’t want her divorce drama to become a storyline on the show.”