Caroline Manzo said goodbye to the dark and dreary Real Housewives of New Jersey in favor of the spinoff featuring her family. Albie and Chris moved back home, to film save money for their black water empire, and Lauren never left. In a recent interview, Caroline said she’s looking forward to sharing a different side of herself and her family with viewers. Let the wacky hijinks begin!
Lauren Manzo grew up in front of the Real Housewives of New Jersey cameras. So should come as no surprise that the reality star is pretty open about sharing details from her upcoming wedding to longtime love Vito Scalia.
Lauren, along with the help of her mother, Caroline Manzo, have been planning up a storm. The date — next summer. The place — do you really think that she would get married anywhere other than the family-owned The Brownstone? The dress — a beautiful Vera Wang gown. But what about the guest list?
Caroline and her family – husband Albert, sons Albie and Chris, and daughter Lauren – will be featured on this new family series. Manzo’d with Children with follow the crew as they navigate Lauren’s upcoming wedding, the boys’ business dealings, dating disasters and more!
Now they can knock one major thing off the wedding to-do list, because the ladies recently ventured to Vera Wang in New York City, along with Lauren’s matrons of honor, to find the perfect wedding gown and they shared snapshots along the way. Will this perhaps be featured on Manzo’d With Children too??
This is one reality TV couple that isn't breaking up anytime soon – despite some pesky infidelity rumors.
Caroline Manzo just celebrated her 30th anniversary with husband Al Manzo. Caroline posted a montage of their years together on Facebook, which included a fabulously 80's flashback wedding photo. Caroline was gorgeous!
"Happy 30th Anniversary Al, If U live 2 B 100, I want 2 B 100 minus 1 day so I never have 2 live without U," Carolinewrote.
Caroline Manzo has always been known for telling it like it is. Especially when it comes to her children. So her reaction to her son wanting to get a motorcycle should not come as a surprise to anyone.