Joanna Krupa is pregnant!
The Real Housewives of Miami alum, 40, happily announced the baby news on Instagram Sunday along with a selfie of her pregnancy test.
“Just wanted to share this amazing news with everyone. Hubby @nunes451 and I are beyond excited about this new chapter in our life and can’t wait to meet this little,” Krupa captioned her post.
The baby on the way will be her first child with husband Douglas Nunes, whom she married in August 2018 in Poland.
Many fans and followers congratulated the mom-to-be in the comments section, including Real Housewives of Atlanta alum and new mom Kenya Moore. “So happy for you,” she wrote.
Joanna Krupa has tied the knot!
“We did it ! @nunes451… “ wrote Krupa, 39, alongside a photo of the pair gazing into each other’s eyes on the big day.
“It was a very private and small family gathering,” added the bride, who was wearing an elegant white floor-length, off-the-shoulder gown. “Wish I could have shared it with all the people that I love.”
Krupa also wore a simple veil, opting to pull her hair back into an understated updo for the happy occasion.
Sharing his own image from the happy day, Nunes posted a photo of the pair riding inside a car together, presumably after the ceremony was over.
Joanna Krupa has found love again!
The Real Housewives of Miami star teased that she would soon be walking down the aisle when she shared a photo of her hand, adorned with a gigantic diamond ring on that finger, holding hands with businessman Douglas Nunes. The couple’s three dogs lounge on the bed in the background.
“Just another weekend in the Krupa-Nunes household,” she captioned the snap, shared Sunday.
Although Krupa did not outrightly mention an upcoming wedding, her rep confirmed to E! News that the duo were engaged.
Joanna Krupa has no regrets about freezing her eggs.
“Thank goodness I froze my eggs,” said Krupa, whose divorce from ex-husband Romain Zago was finalized earlier this month. “I would honestly be freaking out right now if I didn’t.”
The model, who was married to Zago for four years, said she’d ideally like to have one boy and one girl, and believes she made the right choice in freezing her eggs.
“You don’t want to wake up one day and be like, ‘My god, what was I thinking?’ ” she said. “I decided a few years ago to freeze them so I would be safe.”
The reality star opened up to PEOPLE in 2014 about the process, saying, “I don’t want to regret [not doing it] two, three years down the line, when I’m trying to have kids, in case for some reason I’m infertile. I would never forgive myself.”
“I don’t really have any concerns about what could go wrong because I made a decision to do this, and I think it’s a responsible decision this time in my life,” she added.
On Aug. 17, Krupa finalized her divorce to Zago and her attorney, Raymond J. Rafool, confirmed the news to PEOPLE.
It’s officially over for Joanna Krupa and husband Romain Zago.
The former Real Housewives of Miami star and the Miami nightclub owner finalized their divorce in a Miami courtroom on Thursday, court records show, a month after they both filed papers to end their four-year marriage. Krupa, 38, and Zago, 44, have no children together.
Neither of them asked for alimony. The two provided the judge with signed copies of a confidential post-nuptial agreement and told them they both signed voluntarily and understand the conditions, according to DailyMail.com, which first reported the news.
Krupa and Zago had previously divided up their assets privately with a Marital Settlement Agreement, E! News had learned.
“Joanna and Romain successfully and amicably resolved all matters; both remain friends and desire the best for each other,” a lawyer for the exes said last month.
With a trial looming, two stars of the Bravo “Real Housewives” franchise settled a stinky slander lawsuit out of a Miami court Tuesday with what sounded like a heartfelt apology.
“Real Housewives of Miami’s” Joanna Krupa agreed to dismiss her action against her “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” colleague Brandi Glanville, who had claimed in several interviews that an ex-boyfriend of Krupa’s complained of the malodorousness of her vagina.
The lawsuit was slowly headed into its third year when the settlement was signed by both women.
The terms are confidential, said Krupa attorney Ray Rafool, but the announcement of the deal was accompanied with this apology from Glanville: “I want to apologize to Joanna Krupa for the statements I have made about her. I regret ever making such statements about Joanna Krupa; I also certainly never intended my statements to be taken so seriously and out of proportion. I apologize as I never wanted my statements to affect Joanna Krupa’s reputation, and I wish her nothing but continued success in life.”
Records show Miami-Dade County Circuit Court Judge Pedro Echarte Jr. had saved a four-week time slot starting Aug. 7 for the trial in this case.
Krupa wanted Glanville to pay her big money as punishment for spreading rumors both on and off the air of cable’s Bravo about the Polish beauty’s allegedly unsavory lady parts.
Glanville, who was on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” until 2015, says she didn’t do anything wrong and was just repeating something she heard from one of Krupa’s exes.
Brandi filed docs saying the court ordered Joanna back in January to hand over her gynecological records but Joanna hasn’t done it yet … and Brandi says she’s had more than enough time.
It’s interesting … Joanna also filed docs with a list of witnesses for the case and it reads like a Bravo reunion — Lisa Vanderpump, Mohamed Hadid, Andy Cohen — sprinkled with a couple other characters — Mark Consuelos and Howard Stern.
Stay tuned …
Joanna Krupa is opening up about her painful divorce from Romain Zago.The “Real Housewives of Miami” star told In Touch magazine she was “caught off guard” when her husband of nearly four years asked for a divorce mid-December of 2016. The couple jointly filed for divorce July 10, 2017 according to TMZ.
“I spent many nights crying,” the 38-year-old model admitted. “It was the worst Christmas imaginable. I felt like my life had been turned upside down, and I couldn’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. I cried. I couldn’t eat. I probably lost about seven pounds.”
Krupa explained that their conflicting work schedules impacted their home life, prompting the marriage to crumble. Krupa added she married her friend and business partner, but not her lover.
“I was heartbroken,” she said. “He had wanted a family, but I was always traveling and made work my priority. As time has gone on, I’ve realized we were both unhappy.”
Krupa is now ready to move on and enjoy the single life.
Joanna Krupa has filed for divorce from husband Romain Zago … TMZ has learned.
Joanna filed legal docs claiming the marriage is “irretrievably broken.” It’s clearly not going to be contentious … according to the docs, obtained by TMZ, the couple hashed out who gets what in a Marital Settlement Agreement dated today, July 10, 2017.
Both Joanna and Romain have agreed not to seek spousal support against the other.
Based on the docs, even though Joanna is the petitioner, it looks like she and Romain jointly filed for divorce.
The couple married in 2013 and have no kids.
We’re told it was “extremely amicable” and they remain friends.
Brandi was deposed in the infamous smelly vagina lawsuit filed by Joanna — and told Joanna’s lawyer … she “didn’t say anything that I knew to be false.” You’ll recall … Brandi made the vajayjay claim during a 2015 ‘Watch What Happens Live’ appearance.
According to the depo transcript, obtained by TMZ, Brandi also said you get what you sign up for when you’re on a reality show. Joanna’s lawyer asked, “Do you think that means you can say things like her pu**y smells?” Glanville replied, “Well, yeah.”
Brandi also reiterated her claim the ‘Housewives’ contract bars cast members from suing each other. She insists being on the show means dealing with “the good, the bad and the ugly that comes along with it.”
She wants the court to toss Joanna’s defamation suit like it’s day-old fish.
When Real Housewives of Miami failed to return for a fourth season, there was never an official “cancellation” announcement from Bravo. Some viewers speculated that the series was on hiatus and could magically return. However, enough time has passed with enough Housewives (of other cities) to entertain that most fans are not counting on it. Despite the absence of Miami on Bravo, the name of one of the cast members, Lea Black, has recently become synonymous with “gay icon” and “informed liberal” though when I share the former with Lea herself, she tells me it’s the first she’s hearing of it. This surprises me because she was known for introducing a famous Miami drag queen to her former cast mates and she has always seemed much beloved by gay members of her community.Today, Lea is only friends with a few of the Housewives including Joanna Krupka, a stunning model who is connected to a mortifying and grotesque debacle that made for tabloid fodder and brought about a notorious lawsuit against another “Real Housewife” http://people.com/tv/joanna-krupa-sues-brandi-glanville-for-slander/ . ”I advised Joanna to drop the lawsuit to make this (gossip and entire ordeal) go away,” Lea relates, “but you have to know Joanna, particularly when she is angry! This is something she needs to see through to justice and it doesn’t matter what anyone else says.”With outspoken friends like comedians Julie Goldman, Brandy Howard and Ronnie Karam (who are all based in Los Angeles where Lea now also retains a residence)as her unofficial cheerleaders, Lea, whose political leanings were well-known in Miami where she held events to raise money for democratic politicians, has been able to share her convictions with a larger audience.Although she refers to herself as a “centrist” in our conversation, she champions all the causes that resonate with liberals. She has always been a supporter of gay rights and shows a keen awareness and clear empathy for the average American who isn’t part of “the 1 percent.” As Julie Goldman said on her podcast with Brandy Goldman, Dumb Gay Politics: “Lea is really rich, like really really really rich and she is an avid democrat, so suck it, they exist!”Lea is witty but not at all condescending, quirky with a lilting Texan cadence and she lacks both self-consciousness and pretense. She is extremely well-read and knowledgeable (she’s also married to successful civil and criminal defense trial attorney Roy Black and familiarizes herself with the law) and is staunch in her political affirmations while remaining respectful of those on the right. After all, despite purchasing a house in Los Angeles, she spends a large portion of her time in her red state residence in Florida.
“If you are against abortion, then don’t have an abortion!” she says logically when we discuss a population of those who voted for Donald Trump. She enforces the notion that women are responsible for their own bodies and one issue voting is not the way to go nor does it bode well: “One issue voting certainly didn’t make sense for this administration.”
It’s over for Joanna Krupa and Romain Zago.
“They just grew apart,” an insider told the website.
Krupa, 38, wed Zago, 44, in June 2013 after several years of dating. The estranged pair do not share any children together and according to the source, are on friendly terms.
The social media-savvy Krupa, who regularly shares selfies and snaps from events, has posted a slew of photos since the alleged split without her wedding ring.
A five-hour mediation session last week in a downtown Miami office wasn’t enough to settle differences between former “Real Housewives, Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville and Miami’s Joanna Krupa.
And now it appears more likely we may be exposed to an embarrassing public trial this summer centering around the uncomfortable issue of whether model Krupa’s nether region is malodorous.
“We ended the mediation at an impasse,” said Ray Rafool, Krupa’s lawyer. “At this point, we are headed to trial.”
Records show Miami-Dade County Circuit Court Judge Pedro Echarte Jr. has saved a four-week time slot starting Aug. 7 for the slander case, brought in January 2015 by Krupa against Glanville.
Krupa wants Glanville to pay her big money as punishment for spreading rumors both on and off the air of cable’s Bravo about the Polish beauty’s allegedly unwashed lady parts.
Glanville, who was on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” until 2015, says she didn’t do anything wrong even if she was unsuccessful in getting the lawsuit thrown out.
But if nothing else, says Rafool, the lawsuit got Glanville to shut up about former “Real Housewives of Miami” star Krupa.