As we gear up for new episodes of Long Island Medium (which start airing on October 18), Theresa Caputo spills to GoodHousekeeping.com that this upcoming season is particularly special for her 25-year-old daughter, Victoria Caputo.
"Victoria's engaged, she's getting married," Theresa gushes. "When we started Long Island Medium she had just graduated high school, right? And now here we are and she's 25 and getting married."
Victoria herself confirmed the exciting news back in February with an Instagram post of her and her fiancé, Michael Mastrandrea. They had reportedly been together for a little over a year when he popped the big question.
"Michael I love you so much and thank you for being you! I can’t wait to continue this journey with you and I’m so excited to plan our perfect day together!" she wrote on Instagram at the time.
What's Victoria up to now?
Even though Victoria has been on the show less and less, there's a lot going on in her life that's super exciting. Theresa went on to explain that some of the upcoming season will show her and her daughter wedding planning and picking out a wedding dress at Kleinfeld's — home of TLC's other hit show Say Yes to the Dress.
When she's not planning a wedding though, Victoria works as a balayage specialist at Salon Entourage in Syosset, New York, according to Instagram.
While Theresa and Victoria may share a love of hair (Theresa is known for her signature teased-out blonde 'do), the Long Island Medium star reveals that she and her daughter are actually quite different. That's why Theresa was caught off guard when she heard her daughter wanted a special engagement party and dress.
"Victoria is really the opposite of me. She's not ... I'm all about the glitz, and yes everybody likes to have nice things, but she's kind of like the opposite," Theresa explains. "She's not like a big party type of person."
By the looks of Victoria's Instagrams, it appears the happy couple had an amazing engagement party. Now though, the Caputo mother-daughter duo is looking forward to the wedding day.
"What I love about what Victoria is doing is she's taking it slow," Theresa says about her daughter's wedding planning process. "It's like, she's not making it so overwhelming, and it's not like rush and crunch. It's just little by little."
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