Katie Rost stays unfortunate in love. The Real Housewives of Potomac star has confirmed that she has damaged up along with her fiancé, Jesse.
“It wasn’t anything too overly dramatic — it was more so like a car running out of gas,” she informed the outlet, including that Jesse didn’t need her to put a maintain on the connection.
Katie and Jesse—whose final identify has not been reported by the press—started courting in February and introduced their engagement in July, full with a household heirloom engagement ring.
However, Katie says she ended the connection shortly earlier than Thanksgiving as a result of they weren’t on the identical web page with what they wished for the longer term.
“He wanted certain things right away, and I was just, like, I have so many other things that I need to focus on, and so I need to pause,” she mentioned.
Children appears to have been a serious concern. Katie—who’s the midst of a protracted and contentious custody battle along with her ex-husband over their three youngsters—says Jesse wished to have youngsters straight away.
“I can’t do that again, so I needed to just wait,” she mentioned. “I just don’t know if I want to go into straight-up wife mode right now.”
She’s additionally contemplating transferring again to the east coast within the new 12 months so as to proceed preventing the custody battle. She has been residing in L.A. with Jesse.
Though the ex-couple stay on good phrases, they’re not at the moment in direct communication, partly as a result of Katie thinks they’ll find yourself proper again collectively with out figuring issues out first.
“He does speak to me through my mom,” Rost mentioned. “He’ll send her a message and is like, ‘How’s Katie doing?’ She kind of gives him updates. I feel like if we were to talk, we’d end up right back together.”
For now, Katie is okay being single, however she’s additionally considerably open to assembly somebody new.
“I think I’m good with just doing what I’m doing. I mean I’d go out on a date, but … don’t get me in trouble,” she joked.