“People come up to me all the time and say, ‘Where’s your meter? Is it full or empty?’ And you know, really it’s full,” the new grandma shared. “I am at the best place in my life I’ve ever been in all aspects of my life. My business, my everything…I’m just happy.”
“Was there ever a moment where you blamed the show on the demise of your marriage?” host Andy Cohen cut in, pretty cruelly if we’re being honest here. Come on, Andy — we know you don’t like to beat around the bush, but yeesh! “You know, because I know it had to play a part and I have to think if you had never done the show, you would still be with Don.”
“Don and I would still be married,” Vicki agreed. “And I don’t blame the show, I blame how busy I got on how disinterested I got with Don, because I was going, going, going, and he was coming home eight-to-five with his half glasses on and he was like, ‘Where’s dinner? Why is my wife not home?’”
But Vicki’s doing well now — at least on the man front. “You know, I’ve got a lot of men in my life,” she shared. “I do. I love men.” Andy wholeheartedly agreed.
Good for you, Vicki! We have to say, we’d love to know Vicki’s secret to collecting a harem of men, but, sadly, it seems (for now) that she’s playing coy.
What do you think of Vicki’s love life? Do you think she should focus on other things? Sound off in the comments!