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Mary Amons Says She’s “Thrilled” For Michaele Schon’s “Happiness” That She Found “True Love” With Neal Schon!

Last week, Bravo aired after many years, the now-canceled series, The Real Housewives of D.C. as part of their weekly marathon specials of past classic Bravo reality series. While Michaele Schon, who was formally known as Michaele Salahi, did not participate in promoting the series on social media, she did release a statement about her time on the show.

"I love The Real Housewives Family very much, always!" she wrote, which she shared via her Instagram page. "I am thankful to God every day, every moment for my husband, Neal Schon and our love and life together! I am thankful for all of you and love you very much!"

Schon vowed that she would "never" want to go through that type of "drama" again but she is thankful for giving her the "strength" to "follow" her dreams.

"The Real Housewives Show, and my life back then, over a decade ago, wow, I would never want to go through that TV drama, again, but it DID give me the strength within myself to follow my dreams, and dreams really do come true!! Believe & Faith. Love & Light! -- Michaele Schon"

She concluded by giving Andy Cohen a shoutout on the birth of his baby boy, Benjamin Cohen.

"God Bless and Congratulations to Andy Cohen and his beautiful child!"

In the comment section of Michaele's post, Andy replied and thanked her for the sweet message.

"Thanks Michaele!" Andy wrote to which Michaele responded, "Love you Andy!"

After Michaele released her statement about RHODC, her former co-star, Mary Amons showed her some love on social media.

Mary wrote, "I am truly thrilled for Michaele and her happiness and true love she's found since our show 10 years ago."

As previously reported, Michaele and Neal tied the knot back in San Francisco in December 2013. Back in 2015, Neal released his solo album, titled Vortex, which the album was dedicated to his wife Michaele or 'Lady M,' as he calls her.

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