'Real Housewives of Miami' Star Joanna Krupa's Season 3 Strategy: Less Booze, More Control
Joanna Krupa attends the 2013 Bravo New York Upfront in New York City. (Craig Barritt/Getty Images)
In last week's season opener of "Real Housewives of Miami," Joanna Krupa flew to Miami via private jet, joined gal pal Lea for a lavish ride home, and arrived home where her studly beau Romain surprised her with a white Jaguar and a big kiss. It's no wonder that the model newlywed is in a happy place while talking with us about bride wars, booze, and... babies!
So you just got married two months ago. Congratulations! And how is married life?
It's great. Not that much has changed, besides the fact that we're more relaxed. I guess when you're dating for so long, you get so used to each other and you think the the relationship will change once you get married. But I think you just feel more stable once you're married, more committed. It's still the same, basically. (Laughs) As long it doesn't get worse!
This season's trailer makes wedding planning seem like a nightmare. Are you relieved to not be planning a wedding?
You know, I have to say my wedding planning was wonderful. Obviously, there was an obstacle, planning a wedding in Los Angeles and filming in Miami. So that, I think, was the biggest difficulty in planning. It was stressful; I couldn't be in two places at once. But I will say I had the most amazing team. I had this vision in my mind, and right off the bat, we had no conflict and no disagreements and they gave me more than I wanted. Planning a wedding in three months, I would have probably lost most of my hair if it wasn't for the great team, so I'm very fortunate.
Get a sneak peek at Joanna's wedding planning in this "Real Housewives of Miami" trailer:
Let's play True or False. You kicked Lisa out of your wedding because she was in Adriana's?
Well... I threw her out not because she was in Adriana's wedding, but because we were in an altercation in the middle of an event for Lea's handbag line. Lisa and I got into it, and with the emotions, I was like, "I don't want you in my wedding party." So I threw her out for a second when we were going through the argument at that moment. But the obstacle during the season was that she was Adriana's bridesmaid and had already committed to it. So I gave her an ultimatum. I just didn't feel I wanted her in my wedding if she was supporting somebody who lied for five years and was playing a victim and telling her friends she wasn't married. I think It felt personal only because of the stuff that Adriana and I went through last season.