“We have screaming kids that live next door to us,” the celebrity stylist, 43, joked to Us Weekly exclusively while promoting his partnership with Galderma’s Face Up to Rosacea campaign. “No, we’re good. We got it.”
Instead, the pair — who tied the knot in December 2017 after more than 16 years together — are content with having each other during the lockdown.
“[The quarantine] has brought us closer together,” gushed Goreski. “We really like being around each other. We’re not the couple that bickers and neither of us like drama. We don’t like chaos.”
Because the Fashion Police alum and producer, 54, traveled often prior to the pandemic, Goreski added that it’s been “really, really nice” to “just be still and be with each other.”
“We have both have really busy lives,” he continued. “So, just to be home in this concentrated time… we’ve learned through the process to really enjoy it and to embrace it. [We] are very grateful to also still be working and have work opportunities, but also grateful for the time just to spend together.”
And their favorite way to bond? Watching reality TV, of course.
“Our weeks are marked by what’s on Bravo,” he quipped. “So, Monday nights are Below Deck, Wednesdays are The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Thursdays are The Real Housewives of New York City. We’re getting into The Real Housewives of Potomac now too. So, everything in our house kind of revolves around TV, and those nights are kind of like our celebration nights because we really enjoy those shows.”
Goreski, for his part, has been spending his downtime dressing up as Housewives and recreating their famous scenes for his social media followers.
“They’re like these mini plays,” said “Brad Behavior” podcast host. “They’re so fun to perform.”
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