'RHOM' Preview: Lea's Secret Past Revealed
Lisa Hochstein is shocked when they visit her Texas hometown.
In the preview below, Lea readily admits that she left town the day after she graduated high school and never looked back, but it's her son R.J. who can't wait to see their family. "It's his favorite place to go—I don't know why," Lea quips.
Meanwhile, Lisa can't wait to see where Lea is from since she says no one really knows about her past. "On this trip, I expect to meet socialites of Texas, people that love and appreciate luxury, basically people as fabulous as Lea Black."
But Lisa's in for a shock when they finally arrive. "Lea's family is nothing that I imagined. I just don't believe it," she says.
Back in Miami, Joanna Krupa is dealing with some surprising wedding drama as she calls each of fiancé Romain's family members to tell them their good news: they've finally set a wedding date.
One problem: his mom is getting surgery at that time, his dad doesn't think he would get enough quality time with them if he came during the wedding, and his brother just isn't sure he can fit it into his schedule.
"He's trying to put a happy face but deep inside I know he's heartbroken," Joanna says. "I can't imagine my mom, my dad not being there," she continues. "I would be devastated."
Newly married Adriana De Moura and husband Frederic are getting used to life with their new blended family. First thing Adriana wants to do is chaperone her son Alex to his formal dance. Of course what teenager wants his mom to go with him to his first dance? Certainly not this one and he's not afraid to gently tell his mother so.
"You're growing up way too fast for my taste," Adriana laments before getting teary over some of Alex's old baby photos. "I guess I don't have a baby anymore who's grabbing the edge of my skirt," she tells Frederic.
"Hopefully he's not grabbing any other skirts," Frederic jokes. Which, of course, is why Adriana wants to chaperone the dance in the first place!
Tune in to The Real Housewives of Miami Monday at 10/9c.