Caroline Manzo recently made controversial remarks regarding her marriage to Albert during the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" season five reunion show taping.
The "Housewives" veteran revealed that while she and Albert, who have been married for 29 years, are happily married, she is unsure as to whether he has been faithful throughout their union. The couple, whose marriage has always been portrayed as rock solid on the hit Bravo reality TV show, shares three children.
"You know, I'm with him 32 years. Am I going to sit here and try and say we don't fight? Of course we fight. We fight like crazy, but I would die for him and vice versa," Manzo told Bravo TV host Andy Cohen.
Cohen then asked Manzo, 52, about past interviews in which she alluded to Al, 53, being unfaithful. She quickly shut down cheating rumors but admitted to questioning her husband.
"No, clarify," she said. "I'm 52. He's 53. For me to think for a moment that he has been completely faithful for 32 years, I think that's a foolish way to think."
Manzo's controversial comments follow reports claiming the reality TV star was recently offered her very own spinoff show, which has the working title of "Manzo'd With Children."
One source claims Manzo was given the opportunity to star in her very own show after she allegedly became upset over the gossip surrounding her marriage whilst filming the season 5 finale.
"[Caroline was] distraught and terrified that the rumors would become a story-line that would destroy her supposedly rock-solid marriage," a source told blogger Perez Hilton.
"Tensions started to rise between Caroline and Al over his work schedule. She thought it was important for Al to take time off from work to spend more time with the family," the source revealed. "It really frustrated Caroline that Al refused to listen to her. He would continuously put work before their relationship and his family."