No love triangles here.
“Summer House” star Paige DeSorbo finally revealed why she chose “Southern Charm” vet Craig Conover to be her boyfriend instead of their “Winter House” castmate Andrea Denver.
DeSorbo, 29, embarked on a fling with Denver, 30, in February 2021 after the two romantically connected on a trip to Vermont, but she found herself gravitating toward the newly single Conover, 32, by the time summer rolled around.
“Craig and I started hanging out, and I just felt so much more of a pull to him than I did to anyone else I was talking to at the time,” DeSorbo exclusively told Page Six.
The reality star noted that her decision had nothing to do with who Denver is as a person.
“I think Andrea is amazing,” she said. “I have nothing but the sweetest things to say about him. He’s definitely stuck with me as a friend for a while.”
Paige DeSorbo and Craig Conover’s relationship blossoms on the new season of “Summer House.”NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
DeSorbo added, “I was 28 at the time. I’m 29 now, and the last thing I was going to do is get into a relationship and [not be], like, 100 percent in it, and it had nothing to do with him.”
The fashion influencer noted that Conover and Denver are “very different” from each other but said she was “definitely leaning toward Craig” after having a “crush” on him for years.
DeSorbo and Andrea Denver’s “Winter House” fling carries over to “Summer House.”Eugene Gologursky/Bravo
Page Six broke the news in October that DeSorbo and Conover were officially an item after months of fan speculation.
DeSorbo assured us that she and Conover are the real deal, but she’s not expecting a proposal anytime soon.
“I think it would be crazy to make any like huge decision in the first six months of dating,” she said. “It’s, like, so not who we are.”
DeSorbo teased that Conover will appear on this season of “Summer House,” too.Stephanie Diani/Bravo
While the two aren’t in a rush to take their relationship to the next level, DeSorbo believes she and Conover have the same vision for their future.
“I know that we do have similar values and look at things very similarly. So I’m not worried about, you know, big things that we would disagree on it,” she said. “But I think [for] anyone to, like, move or get engaged before, like, a year of dating would just be crazy — and so not my vibe.”
“Summer House” premieres Monday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.