It's been a whirlwind last few months for Danielle Staub, who married Marty Caffrey in May and the couple has since gone their separate ways in under six months. Marty reportedly filed for divorce last month, after several ups and downs with his estranged wife over the summer, and, now, Danielle shed some more light about their split during an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show on Wednesday (October 3).
"No ring anymore, it's empty," The Real Housewives of New Jersey friend shared. She further noted she's known Marty for four years, and definitely noticed cracks in their relationship along the way, adding, “It’s funny how I saw certain things happening, but you just believe, especially with the perception around us, getting engaged would make it better … getting married would make it better. It doesn’t get better, ladies. If it’s falling apart, it’s broken. You can't fix that.”
When asked what may have contributed to their break, Danielle noted that there was allegedly some alcohol-related issues on his part and “it does change things. I think all of us it changes, I just don’t think it changes him for the better or his ability to maneuver through what’s going on. And I'm not the easiest person to live [with] either. I’m to blame for it as well, but I feel like I’m always the person who wants to fix people and it’s not fixable."
So, could there ever be a chance for a reconciliation? "I don’t have a crystal ball," Danielle shared but seemed to point at the chances of it happening being slim following public comments he's made about her, according to her. "You just don’t do that.”
Below, Teresa Giudice opens up a bit about the former couple's wedding.
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