I got used to it eventually, but probably the hardest ones to watch were the crying scenes, just whenever I got emotional and [would] cry." Ten years later, Patridge feels like she's "all grown up now." She’s engaged to BMX rider Corey Bohan, and the two are expecting their first child together, a baby girl, in July.
Patridge reminded us that her Australian fiancé actually made a few appearances on "Corey was on the show for a hot second," she dished.
Audrina Patridge is turning to her family for support after leaving husband of 10 months Corey Bohan.
According to People, the Hills star is having a hard time coping. And the reality TV darling has been leaning on her family.
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' So, I'll never know the truth, but I don't care." "I had no idea what reality TV was," she said, explaining that there wasn't really a "big-time reality show" at the time, so she didn't have any way of preparing herself for what was to come.
"So, there were points where there'd be romantic spots where we would get romantic and be very comfortable, and then I think life and working elsewhere other than the show kinda just pulled us apart.
"Gosh, it was really hard for me to watch all of the episodes.Apparently the allure of royal connections only lasted so long. Read Full Story(Getty) It sounds like BMX racer Corey Bohan is taking his recent breakup with Audrina Patridge very, very hard. Some woman will always be empty & rotten from the inside out.Patridge had been gallivanting around with Prince William's buddy, polo player Nic Roldan -- partying in Florida, vacationing in Mexico, riding horses around together -- over the past few months. U can't love a heartless woman."He followed that insight..."But the thing with Kristin is, she's really good about just [being] like, 'Let's just do this. I'm down for whatever.'" "And for me it was like, there were some real feelings involved with Justin at the time, so I kind of had to get used to it," she continued."At that time I was dating someone else, so I was like, 'No, go for it. I just don't want any part of it.'" "That was a real rumor," Patridge confirmed.In fact, she was one of the first people to congratulate Patridge on the baby news! Every pregnancy is so different, but it's nice to talk to someone where they've actually been through it all." "[But] I almost feel like maybe I wouldn't change anything," Patridge added, telling ET it would probably take the excitement out of everything.