"Real Housewives of New York" star Ramona Singer recently denied reports claiming her husband Mario had an extramarital affair with a New York society girl.
The reality TV star, 53, spoke out publicly to refute reports claiming her husband of 27 years impregnated another woman. Singer shares a teenage daughter, Avery, with the entrepreneur, 60.
"It's not true," Singer reportedly told HollywoodLife.com.
The Bravo TV star's statement came as a relief to fans who were left stunned by the explosive cheating reports. On Thursday The New York Post's Page Six quoted an unnamed source as saying a young woman had lewd photographs of Mario as proof of their alleged tryst, however Singer insisted this is untrue.
The Manhattan based businesswoman is expected to return for season six of the hit Bravo reality TV show in coming months along with her co-stars Carole Radziwill, Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, Heather Thomson, Aviva Drescher and Sonja Morgan.
This is not the first time that Singer's marriage to Mario has been called in to question. In 2011 the veteran 'Housewife' was left stunned when a clairvoyant alluded to Mario having an extramarital affair during a group trip to Morocco.
"There's another woman," de Lesseps translated to Singer on behalf of the clairvoyant.
While the revelation reduced Morgan, who is Singer's best friend, to tears, the reality star brushed off the Clairvoyant's reading and appeared unfazed.
In 2012 Drescher, who has a history of feuds with Singer, openly claimed Mario was interested in her sister despite his marriage during a group dinner.
"As much as Mario still has a thing for my sister in law Ginjer," Drescher revealed to her stunned cast mates. "Did u all know that Mario was in love with my sis in law once?"
Despite the recurring cheating reports Singer and Mario insist they are happily married and the couple previously opened up about secrets to a happy marriage.
"Number one is trust. Trust is a given. If you don't have that, you have nothing. Number two, communication." Singer told Wet Paint.
"[Number three] Keep the love [and] the romance going," she winked, and said, "Mario likes to make that number one."