- There are +300 odds for Karen and Ray Huger to get divorced in 2022.
- Karen and Ray Huger got their wedding vows renewed for their 25th wedding anniversary.
POTOMAC, Md. – In the midst of Season 6 of Real Housewives Of Potomac, many are questioning whether or not Karen and Ray Huger’s marriage is in trouble.
With that, online sportsbooks have odds on if the celebrity couple will get a divorce or not with the odds favoring them staying together.
Karen Huger And Ray Huger To Get Divorced In 2022?
- No -500
- Yes +300
Happily, Ever After
While there was some speculation that the celebrity couple was going to get a divorce, Karen Huger shut those rumors down early on in July when she revealed that her and Ray will be renewing their vows in Season 6.
They also celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary back in September. Even with a rough patch going through their marriage, Huger was confident that the quarantine period helped their marriage a lot.
“The pandemic has been really good on Ray and I, as you guys know, we went through a lot last year but what it did was it forced us to have conversations that we otherwise wouldn't have the time to have—He's all mine good, bad, indifferent,” said Huger on the Wendy Williams show.
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Renewals Trending Towards Divorce
For those looking for a reason to bet on the longer odds though, there is one trend to keep in mind. The trend is referred to as the vow renewal curse.
This is because Ramona and Mario from New York, Vicki and Donn, and Shannon and David from Orange County, and Cynthia and Peter from Atlanta all renew their vows and all of them have seen a divorce.
All in all, with Karen fully committed and recently expressing a desire to continue her marriage with Ray, the entertainment odds to stay together are well worth the risk.
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