Space is what keeps Carole Radziwill‘s relationship alive.
“I find that when Adam [Kenworthy] and I spend a lot of time together, but when we don’t see each other for a weekend or one or two days, and then we see each other again, it kind of rekindles that original feeling we had when we first met,” the “Real Housewives of New York” star told Page Six at SPiN on Wednesday.
“I don’t mean that in a bad way, I think it’s important to have separate but equal lives,” she added.
Radziwill, 52, who met the 29-year-old chef in the kitchen of cast mate Luann de Lesseps‘ Sag Harbor home last season, became a target of gossip as Kenworthy once dated the niece of the Countess. And while the May-December romance soured Radziwill’s friendship with de Lesseps, 50, the bride-to-be revealed the former pals have moved forward.
“We are in a better place,” de Lesseps shared Monday. “We’ve had our issues for sure, so I’m glad to see that we’re in a better place.”
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