Monique and Chris Samuels
Multiple sources confirmed to people that Real Housewives of the Potomac Alum, 39, and the former NFL player split after 10 years of marriage.
The couple share three children, sons Christopher, 9, and Chase, 3, and daughter Melanie, 7.
The Samuels relationship issues were well on display during the first season of Love and Marriage: DC. A second season of the OWN reality show has been announced, and Monique is expected to be on the show.
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People reached out to the couple for comment.
Earlier on Sunday, in Real Housewives of the Potomac plate in BravconMonique’s ex-actress, Ashley Darby opened About her friendship with Monique, saying that the two only had lunch last week and that Monique is “going through some personal matters” at the moment.
In July, Monique said Entertainment tonight About her marriage status while filming RHOP.
“People always say that reality TV is tearing up your marriage. What people don’t realize is that Real Housewives of the Potomac In fact, in a way, it saved my marriage.” Chris and I, before we started shooting this show, were in a really tough place.”
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She added, “We lost all dating in our marriage. Once we started filming reality TV, it really helped because it forced us to date.” “So we were able to get out, just re-ignite that intimacy and get excited for each other. So I’m not going to lie, season two of RHOP Save my marriage. And at the end of the day, sometimes you still have to go back to those moments. Because some of the things you expressed Love and Marriage: DCpeople who watched Potomac I saw that I had the same concerns at the time. So it’s not like it’s something new.”
Back in December 2020, Monique announce that she was leaving RHOP.
After the final episode of Season 5 reunion aired, she revealed on Instagram Live that she will not be returning for the sixth season of the show.
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She explained at the time, “It’s been a crazy ride. It’s not easy to do reality TV, and to be very honest, I got over it.” “I appreciate everything people have done for me, everyone who was Team Monique – love you all, thank you all – but when you cross certain lines, there’s no turning back.”
“For me, my family is that streak,” she continued. “My family and kids’ opinion and what they think about anything I do is more valuable than anyone’s, so I’m over it.”
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