Leah Remini: She and Husband Angelo Are a ‘More Mess Now’, After Daughter Returns To College
Leah Remini Sharing what she learned as a parent to college students.
Remini stated in a post that “One thing I have learned in my life is that there is always a time to course correct.” shared on her social media accounts Monday. “It’s not a good idea to stick with something that doesn’t work for you. No matter what situation. You can do it at any time in your life.
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Remini, 52, had previously revealed to her Instagram followers in September that Sofia is her daughter through an Instagram post. headed off Remini in her first year of college began her second year NYU
The Living dolls However, the alum said Monday that her daughter has left the school soon after starting classes for the fall semester.
“For many reasons that school didn’t make sense for herShe left and we were able to take her home for a few months longer,” she said. “A few weeks back, she began courses at another University and we moved her into an apartment.”
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Remini and Angelo Pagan have one child, the 18-year-old daughter. tied the knot in 2003.
Here’s a clip from their 2014 reality show on TLC. Leah Remini: It’s All RelativeShe said, “You’d assume the second time would go easier, but Angelo, me, and Angelo are more in a mess than ever.”
Although it is their second child’s first time sending them off to college, she was open about her feelings and shared that they “are going through the same thing parents like us”
She concluded the post by writing, “Crying and not knowing what to make of ourselves now other that looking at photos and videos and crying more.”
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Remini echoed similar emotions in a post shared on her Instagram account Sofia started her college journey in September.
Remini stated that Angelo and she sat in the school’s parking lot, crying like babies, while we discussed homeschooling and pulling her out. It is difficult to let go. Change is hard. It feels wrong to fly without my daughter, and to leave her as an adult while she is still our child in my and her father’s eyes. “I don’t want to go home, where my daughter will have no place to sleep until she returns home for Thanksgiving.”