“It’s strange. I tried to introduce him to John, but he walked away,” Shannon said.
“There’s a lot of anger still,” she said, of her former husband. “But I can’t control him.”
Asked at the panel how the show affected her breakup, Shannon stressed, “I would have been divorced earlier,” adding, “Being on the show gave me more motivation to stay together. Maybe when I found out about the affair, I would have gone. I don’t know.”
Shannon and David, 54, split in September 2017 after over 17 years of marriage, and settled their divorce in April 2019. The former couple share daughters Sophie, 17, and twins Stella and Adeline, 14.
While things between Shannon and David might be rocky, Shannon said she and Janssen are stronger than ever.
“He’s just a great person,” Shannon said. “If I were to make a list of the perfect person for me, he has all those attributes. You see it in movies and you think it’s not real. I’ve never been happier.”
BravoCon is running through Sunday across three venues in the Big Apple: The Manhattan Center (311 W 34th St), Skylight Modern (537 W 27th St) and Union West (535 W 28th St).
A total of 88 Bravolebrities are said to be in attendance total. More than 50 live events are on the docket, including performances, insider panels, podcasts, dining experiences, photo opportunities and a Bravo bazaar marketplace. (A full breakdown of events is available at BravoCon2019.com.)
For those wanting a trip down memory lane, there will be a Real Housewives museum with more than a decade’s worth of behind-the-scenes photos, reunion dresses and show memorabilia.
The weekend will close out with a live performance of Luann de Lesseps‘ hit Countess and Friends cabaret show on Sunday.