Meredith Marks spills the beans on season 2 of ‘RHOSLC,’ including a possible vow renewal after her marriage to husband Seth has been tested.
Meredith Marks, 49, of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, is hinting a lot about her narrative for season 2 after taking time off to focus on her family and her work with the LGBTQ community during the show’s hiatus.
During a session of our new Pay Attention, Puh-Lease podcast, Meredith told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY, “Life is good.” “I’m overjoyed! Right now, I have no complaints. Let’s see how the rest of 2021 plays out for me. I’m not sure. “Fingers crossed that everything turns out well?”
Season one ended with Meredith and her husband Seth revealing their marital problems. Their relationship deteriorated to the point where they divorced and Seth moved out of the family home. However, by the end of 2020, Reid’s parents, Brooks, 21, and Chloe, 18, reconnected.
Despite the fact that some couples struggled as a result of COVID, Meredith and Seth prospered. “For Seth and me, we were in a position where our communication was just so severely broken, and we were really working hard trying to fix things, primarily through therapy, but basically through everything we could grasp at,” Meredith explained.
“With this show, you are compelled to communicate throughout the entire process, and it really helped us think about how we spoke to one other. What would we say in this situation? What are the messages you’re attempting to get across? Are you attempting to communicate the message? What is the reaction to it? At the end of the day, that is what this is all about. The focus of the presentation is on how individuals communicate.
It doesn’t matter if it’s just me and my family, my children, my spouse, or the ladies. That’s why everyone’s watching, and it’s not to witness me make an exploding margarita in a blender. That isn’t the program. That isn’t the point at all. It’s an amusing scene, but that’s not the point.”
Many couples on the series have suffered as a result of their public status, as we’ve seen many reaffirm their vows only to divorce later. As a result, don’t expect Meredith to volunteer to walk to the altar while the cameras are rolling. Meredith stated of a ceremony, “So, that’s something we’ve spoken about.”
“I wasn’t a great reality TV show watcher before this, so I’m still learning, but everyone tells me that doing that on television is the beginning of the end of your marriage. It’s a no-no to do it in front of the camera. That isn’t going to happen, but perhaps we can do something on our own with our three children.”
After seeing such success with her Meredith Marks jewelry and business, she partnered with GLAAD over the summer, donating a share of jewelry sales and 100% of the proceeds from a t-shirt design to the organization. Meredith remarked, “Business is good.” “Both in-store and online, we’re really busy. It’s fantastic. People come and go all the time. It’s entertaining. I think it’s great that they have a place to visit in Park City that’s related to the show. It’s fantastic.”