We're sending out a big "happy birthday" to Avery Singer, who turned 23 this week. And you can bet that she celebrated her big day with her The Real Housewives of New York City mom Ramona Singer by her side. The bash not only included some mother-daughter bonding, but also appearances from those in her squad, an ice cream cake and pizza. So, basically everything that makes a party perfect. "Pumped I got my oreo ice cream cake...the best pizza birthday party ever. I love you all!!" Avery shared on Instagram.
In addition to celebrating her daughter, Ramona also posted a tribute to her little girl. (She recently told The Daily Dish what Avery's been up to in her post college life earlier this season — more on that later.) "I am so lucky & blessed to have you as my daughter. So proud of the woman you have become!" she wrote on Instagram.
Now back to what Avery is up to these days. When Ramona stopped by The Daily Dish HQ, she noted that her daughter is making her way in the high-octane world of finance. "She just passed her Series 7. She's about to take her Series 6," she said, noting that she's been keeping busy and helping her out by taking her shopping for her career.
Wondering how Avery settled on finance for her career? Well, Ramona broke it down — and revealed the career advice she offered her daughter. "She said to me, 'Mom, I really want to be very successful financially in life, so what career should I pursue if I wanted to be very successful financially?' I said, 'Well to me, where the most financial success is either Wall Street finance, [or] real estate or computer technology.' So she chose finance 'cause she's really good with numbers. She's like me, she likes numbers."
But, Ramona notes, nothing is set in stone. "But, we'll see. A lot of people switch — you start one career and you switch to another," the RHONY mom shared. "But as long as she's happy and as long as she's passionate, I always say you have to love what you do to be successful at it. That's all that counts."
Check out the mom and daughter through the years, below.