It's only been a few months since Dina Manzo surprised us with the news that she got engaged to longtime boyfriend David Cantin, but a recent discovery has us wondering if the lovebirds are more than just fiancés.
While perusing Dina's official Facebook page, we noticed that she has changed her last name from Manzo to Cantin, the surname of her fiancé, David.
One of Dina's Instagram Stories posted last week also had us wondering if she and David have, in fact, tied the knot. While answering fan questions, one follower asked, "Are you married? I saw you refer to your husband?" Dina replied to that fan by writing "maybe" along with a smiley face emoji.
Photo: Dina Cantin/Facebook
Photo: @dina/Instagram Stories
Dina has yet to confirm whether or not she and David are actually married. The Real Housewives of New Jersey alum has been pretty private about her relationship, which has been going strong for more than three years. During the interview with Radio Andy's Jeff Lewis Live in which she went public with her engagement news, Dina said that her nuptials would be "small" and joked, "You'll learn about it after."
When Jeff Lewis pointed out that Dina and David (who was also in the studio during the interview) were both wearing "really nice rings" and wondered if that meant the two had already secretly tied the knot, Dina neither confirmed nor denied Jeff's observation, simply responding, “We are committed.”
David and his ex-wife, Melissa, separated in 2014 and divorced the following year, according to PEOPLE. They have two children together, both of whom live with their mom on the East Coast.
Dina also revealed last week on Instagram that she had recently experienced multiple miscarriages. "I recently lost a few pregnancies but God is in charge not me," she shared.
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