The decision is made as the 44-year-old Bravo personality is getting back together with boyfriend and Coupon Cabin CEO, Scott Kluth, who is residing in the city.
Tinsley Mortimer may no longer be a real housewife of New York City once season 12 is wrapped. Having made headlines for failing to show up for a filming of “The Real Housewives of New York City”, the 44-year-old reality star is rumored to be moving in with boyfriend Scott Kluth in Chicago.
A source close to the Bravo star have told Us Weekly that she is “moving for love.” The so-called insider went on to add, “This is a very happy time in her life right now and everyone is rooting for her and Scott. They have addressed all their issues and no longer want to live without each other. She is very, very happy!”
Rumors of Tinsley’s move surfaced just days after she sent tongue wagging for skipping the October 31 shoot for her “Real Housewives” show. Sources told Page Six that she was a no show at the Eventi Hotel in Midtown since she was in Chicago with her boyfriend, and her sudden absence was viewed by her co-stars as a sign of her quitting. Nonetheless, a source insisted that’s “not black-and-white yet.”
Mortimer met Coupon Cabin CEO Kluth during season 7 of “RHONY” when they were introduced to each other by her co-star, Carole Radziwill. But during an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen in June 2018, she announced that they had taken a break from their relationship.
“We break up all the time,” joked the former event planner at the time. “It’s so hard to be in a relationship, particularly when we don’t live in the same town.”
During their break, Mortimer admitted to Us Weekly that even though she cried a lot about her past relationships, she felt great when it’s all finally over. “I cried a lot about my ex relationship and things,” she said. “But now that we’re finished and it’s over, I just feel so much more free. I feel great.”
The pair rekindled their romance earlier this month after spending a weekend together in Toronto, Canada.
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