Avery Singer might be spending a lot of time with her mom and dad, Ramona Singer and Mario Singer, during the coronavirus (COVID-19) while self-quarantining with them in Florida, but she's still making time for her love life.
These days, The Real Housewives of New York City daughter is staying connected to the "small roster" of guys she had been seeing before self-quarantine by FaceTiming with them.
"Dating in quarantine is definitely interesting. I feel like everyone kind of has their own approaches to it. My personal experience, I happen to be talking, or recently started to go on dates with 3 different guys right before quarantine. It’s all about a small roster. My girls who are listening know about the roster. We joke that I should make a PowerPoint presentation. I have code names for all of them... Sometimes if one doesn’t answer, I’ll FaceTime the other, and I’m like 'Oh, this is so bad.' And then I’ll realize two of them were friends which is also funny. I don’t think they know they’ve both been talking to me, but I know," she said during a recent interview with Spilling the Quarantea.
She added, "But I think it’s a great time to make those emotional connections, so the guy that I talked to in the past that I’m still talking to, I’ve now become friends with him and even though we have nothing romantic at all, because of the timing, you have that foundation. My mom actually thinks that a lot of these f--kboys will come out of this and want a girlfriend and settle down."
Avery also shared an interesting aspect of her life self-isolating with her mom.
"We were actually sharing a bed, as well, so we’re hardcore roommates and we’re never going to live this close in quarters. We actually moved into a friend’s apartment that’s also in the same building as my dad so we still have 3 bedrooms here to ourselves but we’re still choosing to sleep in the same bed," she said.
And spending so much time with her divorced parents over the last few months has been really interesting for her.
"For those of you that have been following along, I’ve been living with my dad, who is here in Boca, but it’s a plot twist, because my mom is here, and they’ve been divorced for the past 5 years, so it’s kind of been a silver lining. We’ve all been kind of coming together - minimal fights, we kind of have this great routine going. I have Coco here too; she’s 16 and now officially my emotional support animal 16 years later, because the building didn’t allow dogs," she said. "I actually turned 25 the other week and I realized it was my first time celebrating my birthday with both my parents in 8 years."
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