Real Housewives of Orange County fans saw Vicki Gunvalson’s union to ex-husband Donn disintegrate before they officially split in 2014 after twenty years of marriage. The “OG of the OC” revealed if they are on speaking terms all this time later during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live on Tuesday, September 10.
Vicki, 57, appeared alongside fellow Bravolebrity Ryan Serhant on the Andy Cohen hosted late night talk show.
“There’s no friendship, unfortunately,” Vicki confirmed on the WWHL after show. “I definitely have regrets (for what) I did. I hurt him and I broke his heart but I was out of the marriage mentally. He was not prepared for me to file for divorce but it happened.”
Vicki and Donn wed in 1994. They renewed their vows on RHOC before she suddenly filed for divorce from him in 2010. They never had children during their time as a married couple.
“We’re not friends. He sees (daughter Briana Culberson) and (Briana’s sons) Troy and Owen a lot… We don’t talk at all,” the Coto Insurance explained.
Donn was recently seen hanging with Briana, 32, her husband Ryan Culberson and their children on Instagram earlier this summer. They all celebrated the 4th of July together in North Carolina.
Vicki still had kind words to say for her former flame, calling him a “great man” while chatting with Andy, 50. “We just got off course and couldn’t get it back on track,” she revealed.
Her first marriage to ex-husband Mike Wolfsmith ended after nine years in 1991. She shares Briana and son Michael with him. The mother-of-two later had a controversial relationship with cancer faker Brooks Ayers while she was still legally married to Donn.
Things have taken a turn for the better in Vicki’s love life since she put Mike, Brooks and Donn in her past. She got engaged to boyfriend Steve Lodge in April 2019.
Vicki and Steve’s engagement party will be shown on RHOC later this season. She was demoted to part-time status for the first time in the series’ 14-year history.
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