Mary Cosby Real Housewives of Salt Lake City

Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City Star Mary Cosby Discusses Marrying Her Step-Grandfather With Teresa Giudice; Teresa Says “If That’s What’s In Your Heart, Stand Up For It”

The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City starts tonight. We will get to meet a whole new group of women in a new location and it’s exciting.

Even before the show started, there has been a lot of buzz around Mary Cosby because she married her step-grandfather. Yes, she married her grandma’s husband and I’m she will share more details with us as the show progresses. She also opened up about the situation with Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice, which is super random, but I’m here for any sort of Real Housewives crossover.

During their chat, Mary told Teresa, “You’ve made it. You know what I mean? I’m like busting through with this grandfather, you know this grandfather story. ” No, I don’t really know what you mean, but tell me more. I’m curious.

Mary continued, “I don’t care. It’s not my blood. It was a family situation/choice that I knew was right. So, they’re coming at me like I’m incest and I’m gross and I married my grandfather, which sounds ridiculous.”


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Then, Mary admitted, “Well, it does sound ridiculous.” She added, “It’s my story and I’m not ashamed of it. And I feel like I’d rather keep my grandmother’s empire together than to have listened to the people and make them just be lost in life.” So did they marry for love or for business? And what exactly went down with him and Mary’s grandmother during their marriage? I’m gonna need some details.

Mary said, “It was 22 years ago. We’ve been married 22 years. So, you understand.”


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A visibly stunned Teresa told her, “If that’s what’s in your heart, you stand up for it. That’s what you gotta do and no one can knock you down.”


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