Tinsley Mortimer’s friends aren’t buying her ex-fiancé Scott’s breakup story. The couple ended their one-and-a-half year engagement this month.
Friends of The Real Housewives of New York City Student Tinsley Mortimer isn’t buying her ex-fiancé Scott Kluth’s breakup story. Last week, it emerged that the infamous on-and-off couple called off their engagement after a year and a half together. The two first met in February 2017 on a blind date arranged by Tinsley’s ex. RHONY co-star, Carole Radziwill. She and Scott hit it off right away, even sharing a passionate kiss in the middle of the date. Tinsley has informed the women that her and Scott’s date lasted several days.
After the couple got engaged in November 2019, Tinsley’s friends and fans thought her fairy tale ended with Scott. She left season 12 of RHONY halfway through the promises if she moved to Chicago for him. Shortly after she left the show, Scott proposed to her in front of the Chicago Water Tower. Tinsley truly believed that he finally found the one he had when Scott got down on his knees that November night.
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According to Page sixFriends in high society don’t think Scott was trying to break up with her months before the announcement. People in Tinsley’s circle were wondering if he, in fact, considered their relationship to have ended months ago, why did his company, Coupon Cabin, publish a Valentine’s Day blog post written by Tinsley herself? In the Coupon Cabin blog post, Tinsley talked about the cute and romantic things being said to each other, like Scott joking about how many straw hats he’ll take home when they go on vacation. The blog post did not indicate any problems in paradise on the couple’s part.
Ever since Tinsley left New York City, Scott has encouraged her to do “Chicago and Coupon Cabin stuff like they were together. “If Scott had been trying to break off the engagement for months, why did he allow Tinsley to blog for his company on Valentine’s Day? His friends were angered by his explanation of the breakup, as his timeline doesn’t seem like have no effect. sense. Page six An insider close to Scott says Tinsley has a contract to write a blog post, and she chooses what to write about, not himself. Scott went to the press to announce that the couple had decided to go their separate ways and had been living separately for months.
Tinsley and her group are confused as to why Scott is recounting this narrative that the couple had been separated for months when their most recent blog post was published in February. While they may have been taking a break as they had so many times before, in their four-year relationship, Tinsley never believed it was permanent. That Scott leaves her in the dust when she left her whole life for him is inconsiderate of Tinsley and what she gave up for him.
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Sources: Page six
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