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Drew Sidora Makes a Surprising Confession About Her and Ralph Pittman's Divorce
The admission came during Part 2 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 15 reunion.
Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman's divorce was a major topic of conversation during Part 2 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 15 reunion on September 10, especially once Ralph himself took the reunion stage.
See what the former couple shared with both the Atlanta ladies and reunion host Andy Cohen by scrolling below.
Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman's Living Situation
The exes may have filed for divorce in March, but it turns out that they're still living together for the sake of their kids. As RHOA fans may recall, Drew and Ralph are parents to son Machai and daughter Aniya. Drew is also the mother of an 11-year-old son, Josiah, from a previous relationship.
With them in mind, Ralph said at the reunion, "I think we're trying to figure out how we can be the best parents we can possibly be for the kids."
He and Drew also clarified that as of the reunion taping, they had yet to tell their children that they're separating.
The Status of Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman's Divorce
What's more, Drew and Ralph's divorce has yet to be finalized. At the time of the reunion taping, they were "going through mediation."
This prompted Andy to ask the pair if there's "any hope for a reconciliation," and Ralph, specifically, if he "still [has] love for Drew."
"Of course, I love my wife. I always have," Ralph responded. "[I've] always loved her. It's just very challenging."
Drew, for her part, said, "Of course I love my husband. I mean, I would love for a reconciliation, but I just feel like there's so many issues."
She went on to detail a few of these issues before ultimately turning to Ralph. "I literally have given you all of my 30s, and you have completely broken my heart every year," Drew said. "Every time I try to come to you as my husband and say, 'Babe, this is how I'm feeling,' you never acknowledge my feelings. You never do right by me."
An argument ensued and Drew eventually stormed off, but by the end of the reunion, she and Ralph seemed to be in a better place. As he told her, "I do wanna say that, Drew, as mentioned, I love you and have loved you. Ideally, I just wanna see you happy. I mean, that's something that means the world to me. I wanna see you happy."