Carole Radziwill Just Revealed Some Interesting New Details About Her Past

Carole Radziwill Just Revealed Some Interesting New Details About Her Past

The RHONY alum just did something for the first time in 32 years.

By Jocelyn Vena

Carole Radziwill has never been shy when it comes to spilling details about the colorful life she led before we got to know her on The Real Housewives of New York City. She was an award-winning journalist who ended up becoming a member of one of the greatest American political dynasties after falling for late husband Anthony Radziwill. She also experienced great heartbreak and tragedy. Still, you might be wondering who Carole DiFalco is.

After Carole recently shared a photo of herself as a child, the upstate New York native and RHONY alum shed some more light on her childhood after a visit back to her old stomping grounds.

"I'm visiting friends upstate and we drove by Mt. Marion Cemetery where my grandparents are buried. I haven't been here since 1987. We searched the grounds and came across Carmela 'Millie' [and] Tony DiFalco. There was a photo of them laminated on a ceramic tile and adhered to the tombstone. It was the only one of it's kind," she shared on Instagram, before dropping some details about the "original Tony and Carmela" (an LOL-worthy reference to The Sopranos, if you ask us).

"As a kid I remember Millie grew weed in the vegetable garden and sold it to the local Woodstock crowd as 'city weed,'" she revealed, adding, "original entrepreneur."

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