It looks as though Sonja Morgan might be back on the market. The Real Housewives of New York star recently admitted that she "doesn't see a future" with her rumored fiancé Harry Dubin and that the couple did indeed split up.
In a new interview, Morgan opens up about why she's decided to move on and how she's made the conscious decision to end things with the New York City businessman after he had given her a "commitment ring" on the show.
"I was very touched when Harry gave me the ring and said that he wanted to commit," Morgan said, according to Radar Online. "I know Harry loves me and truly wants to work towards a serious and committed relationship. However, after he left the party and didn't check on me to see if I wanted to go, or if he could drop me home safely, it was not showing me in any way that he was ready to work towards committing."
Morgan added, "It was hard for me to meet with him at the restaurant and tell him this because I know he comes from a genuine place, but as I said to him at the party when he game me the ring, 'Have you really thought this through?'"
Meanwhile, Morgan is also defending herself as she was accused of "faking" her commitment ring with Dubin on a recent episode of the show.
"There's nothing fake about Harry Dubin," Morgan explained to Radar Online just last week. "Harry genuinely spoke from his heart and said he wants to commit."
Morgan also added at the time, "He said that this was not THE ring - he was going to have another one made and that it was not an engagement right. But it was a gesture to let me know how much he loves and cares for me."