Do Ramona Singer and Mario Singer Still Keep in Touch?

Do Ramona Singer and Mario Singer Still Keep in Touch?

This Real Housewives of New York City Season 10 reunion moment was very telling.

Ramona Singer's relationship with Mario Singer has certainly gone through quite the transformation over the last 10 seasons of The Real Housewives of New York City. What started as a happy and hot marriage was soon turned upside down when it was revealed that Mario had been unfaithful to Ramona, ultimately resulting in their divorce in 2016.

But it seems as though Ramona and Mario have been able to move forward to have an amicable relationship these days. If you need proof of that, you needn't look any further than Part 1 of the RHONY reunion, which kicked off Wednesday night.

Ramona walked into the sit-down on her cell phone, and it was soon revealed that none other than her ex-husband was on the other end. "Can you believe it's like 10 years?" Ramona said to Mario. "It's like an anniversary."

We then saw Ramona hand the phone to the reunion host with the most, Andy Cohen, who gave a warm hello to Mario. "I miss you, Mario," Andy told the onetime RHONY husband.

It appears that things have been good between Ramona and Mario for the past few years. They came together to watch their daughter, Avery Singer, graduate college in May 2017. Ramona also showed concern for Mario as Hurricane Irma approached Florida, where he was living.

But we just can't beat all the warm and fuzzies this reunion moment has inspired in us. Check it out, below.

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