The exes are living together with their daughter amid the coronavirus outbreak

By Aurelie Corinthios
April 10, 2020 10:36 AM
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The coronavirus crisis landed Ramona Singer and her ex-husband Mario Singer under the same roof — which has fans wondering about a potential reconciliation.

But according to Ramona’s bestie and Real Housewives of New York City costar Sonja Morgan, that’s not happening. Asked whether she thinks the exes are “getting it on in quarantine” during an appearance on Thursday’s episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Morgan, 56, didn’t hesitate.

“No, absolutely not,” she said. “Avery comes first, and it’s been a long haul for Ramona and Mario to get that peace again.”

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Ramona and Mario’s living situation was made public last month by their daughter Avery, 24, who shared video of the family’s group meal on Instagram.

“Another family meal, and you’re not going to believe who I’m with,” she said in the clip, before flipping the camera to show Ramona, 63, and Mario, 66, seated at the same table.

“I’m self-isolating with Avery’s dad,” Ramona said. “He’s going to eat dinner [with us] every night.”

Avery went on to call their meal “a plot twist for a quarantining squad.”

“Happy to all be together through this,” she said.

Ramona and Mario were married for 22 years. They split after Ramona reportedly caught Mario cheating in January 2014. An attempt to reconcile fell through that August when Mario reconnected with his alleged mistress.

Despite the messy split, Ramona and Mario have remained on good terms since their divorce was finalized in 2016.

“He’s a really great father,” Ramona told PEOPLE last year, insisting the two were just friends. “When he’s in town he sees Avery every night and at this point we have a really great relationship. I’ll go out with them for dinner.”

Mario even filmed with Ramona on RHONY last season, admitting to her afterwards that he “messed things up” and missed his family.

But for Ramona, getting back together wasn’t an option.

“Too much has happened,” she said. “We’re different people.”

The Real Housewives of New York City airs Thursdays (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo.