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Bravo stars Craig Conover and Paige DeSorbo are in a serious relationship, but they’re not doing everything together just yet.

The “Winter House” co-stars have only been exclusively dating since September 2021 and fans have seen their romance heat up on the reality shows “Summer House” and “Southern Charm.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Conover, 33, described his romance with DeSorbo as “an adult relationship.”

“We talk about marriage and having kids and the things we agree on — and don’t disagree on — and we really hope to be married,” he said. “She does feel like ‘the one,’ and I think she feels the same.”

But while they are heading in the move-in and marriage direction, the two aren’t together 24/7. Not only do they live in separate states — Conover lives in South Carolina and DeSorbo in New York City — but they don’t even vacation together.

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In June 2022, DeSorbo, 29, posted photos while on a trip to Italy. The Bravo star shared pics from the Amalfi Coast including several solo photos and one of a gorgeous sunset to show off her view, and in one caption she told fans, “I’ll be posting Italy pictures until I book my flight to go back, thank you for understanding.”

Conover wasn’t seen in any of his girlfriend’s photos, and he explained why in an interview with The Daily Dish. Conover told the outlet that DeSorbo went on vacation with her immediate family and that they didn’t want to include him for a big reason.

“They wanted to do one last family trip without me,” he told the outlet. “And her parents are like, ‘Well, I guess Craig’s gonna stick around, so let’s go do one more trip.’”

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While he was left out of the family vacation, Conover does know —  and like — DeSorbo’s family. According to Screenrant, the two have met each other’s families. On the most recent season of “Summer House” which was filmed in 2021, Conover was even seen asking DeSorbo if she would travel to Delaware to meet his family – and this was before they were “exclusive.”  DeSorbo ultimately spent last Thanksgiving at the Conover home in Delaware, while he went to New York to meet her parents.

In a Q&A on his Instagram story in December 2021, Conover talked about meeting DeSorbo’s parents.  “It was amazing. I love her parents,” he told fans, per Reality Blurb. “They’re actually similar to mine and I think I’m invited back. So I can’t wait to go back to Albany.”

If the couple’s romance continues on the fast track, this could be the last DeSorbo family vacation that Conover’s not included in – and future getaways could include even more than just him.  In March 2022, the “Southern Charm” star told Page Six that he and his girlfriend “have talked about marriage and spending our lives together,” and he made it clear that kids are in the plan. “We talk about kids and a family,” he revealed.

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Tiny African kingdom has skiing as Europe sweats summer heat

BUTHA-BUTHE, Lesotho (AP) — While millions across Europe sweat through a summer of record-breaking heat, they’re skiing in Africa.

Don’t worry. This isn’t another sign of climate change but rather the fascinating anomaly of Lesotho, a tiny mountain kingdom completely surrounded by South Africa. Lesotho has an obscure geographical claim to fame: It’s the only country on Earth where every inch of its territory sits more than 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) above sea level.

That gives Lesotho snow in the southern hemiphere’s winters. And while cold winters aren’t rare in southern Africa, snow is and ski resorts are even rarer. At an altitude of 3,000 meters (9,842 feet), Afriski in Lesotho’s Maluti Mountains is Africa’s only operating ski resort south of the equator.

“I’ve never seen snow in my life,” said Kafi Mojapelo, who traveled the short distance from South Africa for a skiing vacation she never thought she’d take. “So, this is a great experience.”

Bafana Nadida, who comes from the sprawling urban township of Soweto in Johannesburg, was delighted with putting ski boots on for the first time. He planned a day of ski lessons, taking pictures and just playing about in the snow.

Skiers and snowboarders lined up to rent the proper gear. Some were given pointers by Hope Ramokotjo, who is from Lesotho and has worked as a self-taught ski and snowboard instructor for 12 years. His wide smile and deep, reassuring voice puts beginners at ease.

“Push your heals out. Don’t pull your shoulders,” Ramokotjo called out to his class of keen yet inexperienced African skiers as they wobbled along on the snow. “Here you go! Nice!”

Afriski’s Kapoko Snow Park is the only freestyle snow park on the continent. Competitors lined up last month for the annual Winter Whip Slopestyle snowboard and ski competition. Sekholo Ramonotsi, a 13-year-old from the Lesotho city of Butha-Buthe who practices regularly at Afriski, won the junior snowboard and ski divisions.

“I would really like to ski in Europe,” he said.

London-born Meka Lebohang Ejindu said he has taught skiing and snowboarding in Austria for more than a decade and this is his first season in the southern hemisphere. He has family roots in Lesotho.

“For a competition like this to happen in southern Africa is so heartwarming,” he said.

Afriski may not be at the level of Europe’s vast Alpine resorts but a love of winter sports is catching.

At Afriski’s Sky Restaurant and Gondola Cafe, happy hour starts at 10 a.m. and skiers and boarders show off their winter fashions and party to house music, beers in hand. Some claim the bar is the highest in Africa, although that’s challenged by the Sani Mountain Lodge, 130 kilometers (80 miles) to the east on the Lesotho-South Africa border.

What no one can dispute is this crowd went skiing in Africa.

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