Joanna Krupa Reveals How Her Life Has Changed Most Since Real Housewives

Joanna Krupa Reveals How Her Life Has Changed Most Since Real Housewives

The Real Housewives of Miami alum opened up about her "biggest accomplishment."

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Joanna Krupa Says Her New Husband Wouldn't Recognize the Person She Was on The Real Housewives of Miami

Joanna Krupa's life has changed a lot since she last appeared on The Real Housewives of Miami. She found love again with husband Douglas Nunes following her divorce from Romain Zago, and together, they had a beautiful baby girl named Asha-Leigh Nunes.

Becoming a mother has had a huge impact on the RHOM alum's life, and now she's sharing all the details with The Daily Dish. "Now, I have a baby. She is six months old — amazing little girl, Asha-Leigh. She's changed my world," Joanna said in the video above.

As for if motherhood came as an unexpected surprise, Joanna replied "Well, on the show I didn't really talk about children because I was at a point in my life where it was all about career and I wanted to have a little bit of selfish time for myself. And I always knew, you know, deep down that if I do have kids, it would be later down the line — and that is why I chose to freeze my eggs about five years ago."

"She's the love of my life. Probably the biggest accomplishment I would say, til today, is having my little daughter," the proud mama adds.

Find out what else Joanna has to say about being a mom — and hear what she loves most about her husband, Douglas — in the video above!

All seasons of RHOM are available right now on the Bravo app.

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