"The Real Housewives of Miami" star Joanna Krupa has been staying somewhat out of the spotlight since she stopped filming "The Real Housewives of Miami" a few years back. After three seasons, Bravo decided to stop production on the show. During the show's final season, Krup got married to her husband Romain. The two had been dating and while Joanna couldn't always speak to him the way she wanted to, there seemed to some trust to work on. The two got married and it seemed like it was the perfect fit.

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However, the two recently got divorced and Krupa revealed that she still had every intention of having more children.

According to a new report, Joanna Krupa is now revealing that she's very happy that she decided to freeze her eggs.

Of course, this is not something she has talked about on "The Real Housewives of Miami," but Krupa is now revealing that she's actually quite happy that she put the family planning on hold. As she recently told People Magazine, she just never knew where she would end up.

Froze her eggs

It sounds like Krupa and Romain were not on the same page about having children at the moment. Krupa was working as a model and she may have been ready to have children. Romain, on the other hand, is a businessman and own several clubs around Miami. If he was out every night, one can imagine that having children is not something he was thinking about. When Joanna recently spoke out about having kids she revealed that she would want two children and would be thinking about it sooner rather than later.

“Thank goodness, I froze my eggs.

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I would honestly be freaking out right now if I didn't," Joanna Krupa has explained about her decision to freeze her eggs, adding, “You don’t want to wake up one day and be like, ‘My god, what was I thinking?’ I decided a few years ago to freeze them so I would be safe.”

Finding love again?

Since she and Romain have just divorced, one can imagine Joanna Krupa isn't planning on joining the dating market anytime soon. In the interview, she reveals that she's very happy that she froze her eggs because she can now control when she will have children. Perhaps she had a feeling that her ex-husband was not the right fit for her, as they never explored having children while on "The Real Housewives of Miami." It will be interesting to see who she ends up with.

What do you think about Joanna Krupa's decision to speak out about freezing her eggs? Do you think she's right in doing so now that she and her husband have split?