It seems that Real Housewives from New Jersey Dolores Catania is currently working on the brain and is not willing to compromise.
It turned out that the RHONJ cast member thought that she and her doctor friend would now be engaged. However, that is not the case at all.
A house but no ring yet
Dolores and her ex-husband Frank, a contractor, have been working together on building houses in recent years. They undertook the project to design and build a new house for her boyfriend. The expectation of Dolores was that by the time the house was almost completed, he would propose. Now she is determined to be engaged before living together. “It is a very crucial time for us … David’s house is ready very quickly”, she explained in an interview with OK! Journal.
A missed opportunity or no intention of proposing?
The lack of involvement at this point in their relationship causes some friction. Especially since the couple recently returned from a vacation to Capri, Italy, but Dolores returned to New Jersey without a ring. She said David knows she loves the house and helped a lot with it. Not only has Dolores completely rebuilt it, she has also added many of her own personal touches – adding design elements to the house, from her travels to Europe. It is clear that she put a lot of love into her work on the house. She is ready for a ring.
The friendly exes
The former husband of Dolores, Frank Catania, is also busy building his own new house and has brought in Dolores as a partner again. Now Dolores still shares a house with her ex-husband and her son, Frankie. If you’re an RHONJ fan, you’ve gotten used to the peculiarity of watching Dolores live and living side by side with her ex-husband. While living with him after divorce, Dolores worked on herself and her independence. She also focuses on personal growth.
Dolores and her boyfriend officially made their relationship prior to the eighth season of Real Housewives of New Jersey and have appeared together several times in the show and in the most recent episode. For now, time will tell whether the two will be engaged before the house is fully built.