That is saying a lot about their families now isn’t it? Let’s not forget that Gretchen proposed on national television and the history of Gretchen and Slade telling the truth? Also, last year, Slade still wanted you to believe the tattoo on on Gretchen’s finger never said Jay; Personally, we don’t care either way, it would just be nice for this couple to own it and say look, we have dated for 7 years and not getting married because we don’t want to pay for it. It’s always the cover up that is questioned, not the lie.
When you say things like “it will be a reality tv star studded event” like you told Ok Mag. Oh and Gretchen took the time promote a company she is promoting since she just basically gave US the same statement last month the day after the wedding was to happen.
And now it’s Orange County’s turn as one of the blonde bombshells is engaged!
After four years of dating, Gretchen Rossi is engaged to her beau Slade Smiley! While the magic moment will apparently air on Bravo — obvi — we won’t make you wait until then as a source revealed the cray cray deets: Tags: engaged, engagement, gretchen rossi, marriage, orange county, real housewives, real housewives of orange county, relationship, slade smiley star Gretchen Rossi flashed the world a bright bauble from her ring finger earlier this week.
Check out the video above to see what Gretchen thinks about Tamra Judge's newfound faith and Vicki Gunvalson's former beau, Brooks Ayers' cancer-gate!
During this season's reunion, Tamra threw Gretchen under the bus, yet again, while explaining what she's learned from her past mistakes now that she's found God.
Gretchen Rossi may have to lawyer up somewhere else after she stiffed a law firm for hundreds of thousands of dollars ... Brown & Charbonneau, LLP -- a So Cal business and family firm -- just filed suit against the ex-'Real Housewives of Orange County' star, claiming she left 'em hanging with an invoice of about $285,000 in late 2013 ... Gretchen's camp tells us she hired B&C to work on a harassment case and plans to pay her unpaid balance once she collects in an unrelated legal matter.