"We want it to be very authentic to our love and to how we feel for each other, and I just think that it has to be the right network and the right channel for us to say yes to that," Rossi explained.
as a full-time cast member since Season 8, but soon, her many fans and followers may see her return to the small screen.
It’s so sweet to see – I used to say little boy, but he’s really grown up now, he’s a 16-year-old kid – because every time he’s in the hospital, he’s always just going, ‘Dad, you’re my hero. Rossi adds of the father-son relationship: “Grayson goes through a lot while he’s there being poked and prodded and doing all that.
Slade just has a way of comforting him and helping him through it and helping him deal with all of the anxiety that he has.
That is one of the hopes that we have for him.” Though Smiley’s financial woes were a concern for 37-year-old Rossi during her time on – and was a deterrent to her walking down the aisle with her fiancé – she no longer views it as a reason to not marry the love of her life.
“It’s no longer a concern of starting a family with him because I think that through self-realization and realizing that life happens, Slade’s unfortunately and probably never going to be completely out of debt because a lot of his debt is due to his son being ill,” Rossi tells PEOPLE.
According to a new report, Rossi is filming a new series with Adrienne Maloof, Cynthia Bailey, and Vicki Gunvalson. While there, as Starcasm reported on July 10, the four women shared tons of photos and videos.
“Had so much fun with these lovely ladies yesterday filming our upcoming show!
“I think that it’s something that every single day we work to chip away at.
Slade does everything he can to make sure he’s taking care of his son and making sure that his medical bills are getting handled so he stays healthy and here with us.