E !: Will you show some of your new relationship Southern Charm next time?
ML: I showed most of my relationship in my first two years of filming. It was a toxic relationship, and the relationship I have now is very good and pure and I will protect that as much as possible. So, I’m not going to show any of that. He has no interest in that. And, you know, it’s, it’s hard for people to understand and see my life but I think a lot of people who are in this industry understand that you have to put that to yourself.
This was not my first rodeo. People try to ruin anything happy or positive in people, so I don’t hesitate to say things or anything like that, but the connection I have with my fiancé and love is tin- aw kaayo.
E!: How long have you and Brett been together?
ML: We will continue for seven months. You know if you know. When I saw him I immediately recognized him. And, I’m not scared either. No red flags. She has been a perfect angel to me, and not only that but also my son.
E !: Have you already told Patricia Altschul about your relationship?
ML: I want to see him in person and you know I don’t want to FaceTime him or anything. I want to go there after all it has been said and done and share the news and I think he will be happy for me. I was dying to tell him. We’ve been close since I was 18 or 19. I’m 31 now. His son Whitney [Sudler-Smith] unmarried or whatever, so like I think I’m like filling a void with a daughter -in -law, or if she wants a daughter.
E !: How does Brett feel about your public appearance?
ML: He’s a shy, more relaxed, man, who’s more enthusiastic. He was like “Oh, these people want to take pictures with you, you have to make sure he’s a big fan. He really supports me and he encourages me. He’s not jealous of me or my success or anything like that.He got me back and my partner.
It’s not every day that you work with your ex [Austen Kroll], but he was never sure and had no reason to do so. He knows Austen and I have water under the bridge and are friends now.