Leah McSweeney: I’m ‘blessed’ to have blacked out with ‘RHONY’ legends

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Leah McSweeney raved about her drunken shenanigans with “The Real Housewives of New York City” icons Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer and Dorinda Medley.

The Married to the Mob founder, 40, gushed about “the fact that I got to black out with them” in a photo of the threesome grabbing lunch.

“I’m blessed. ❤️,” she added in the photo originally posted by Interview Mag before being deleted.

During her first season on the show, which was filmed in 2019, McSweeney had taken a brief hiatus from her 10-year sobriety, often getting up to no good after a couple of drinks.

Before the former “Housewife” gushed about her friendship with the ladies, “the dynamic trio” caught up over lunch at New York City’s Avra Estiatorio on Wednesday.

Longtime cast member Sonja Morgan left several comments on all of the women’s posts making it clear that, per fan’s quandaries, she’s still a part of the group.

“Timeless Beauties 😍 Sad to miss. I’m in [sic] the road ❤️,” Morgan, 59, wrote under de Lesseps’ photo, adding, “Beauties❤️” under Medley’s post.

Medley also raved about her lunch with her “real friends” on her SiriusXM show, “Make It Nice with Dorinda Medley” on Thursday.

“It was a great lunch,” Medley explained. “Yes, we are really friends. We do all love each other and I’m happy that it brought some joy and really brought so much news yesterday. So, you know, let’s see what’s to come.”

The legendary ladies’ luncheon came after Page Six exclusively reported that the highly anticipated “RHONY: Legacy” reboot had “officially collapsed” due to contract negotiations.

Sources told us earlier this week that Bravo rescinded its offers to the women after they had allegedly wanted to “make what the cast of ‘Friends’ made in their heyday.”

De Lesseps — who was on the shortlist along with Medley, Morgan, Kelly Bensimon, Jill Zarin and Tinsley Mortimer — also confirmed that Bravo had “hit pause” on the revamp.

As for Singer, she exclusively told Page Six in November she does “not want to do the show any longer.”

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