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'RHONJ' Caroline Manzo is house hunting in California

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Caroline Manzo and family, former stars of “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” have started house hunting in California this weekend, according to Radar Online, March 3, 2014.

Caroline, her husband Albert, along with their three kids, Albie, Chris and Lauren, have started checking out some houses in the California state. According to an eyewitness, the one place they looked at had seven bedrooms and was located in Studio City, California.

A source close to the Manzo family said, “They’re not moving out of their New Jersey home just yet. They’re considering buying a second house in California for when they’re out there for extended business or vacations. They have a lot of new projects coming up this year, so it’s a very exciting time for them.”

Since they left the reality show, "RHONJ," the Manzo family has been busy. They recently finished filming their new spin-off show, “Manzo’d With Children.” So far, Bravo has yet to announce when, or if, that show will hit the airwaves. Caroline and her family are the first members of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey" to do a spin-off show. Other stars from the Real Housewives series, such as Kim Zolciak, Lisa Vanderpump and Bethenny Frankel have all gotten their own spin-off shows.

Who is going to watch "Manzo'd With Children" when it does come on TV? Do you think they made a wise decision to leave the "RHONJ" series?


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