Brandi Glanville is struggling to find love.
The 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star - who split from her husband Eddie Cibrian, with whom she has two sons, following his affair with singer Leann Rimes in 2009 - admitted she hasn't managed to find love again since the break-up of her marriage.
She told In Touch Weekly: ''I only go on dates when the boys are at their dad's house.
''The truth is over the past five years I haven't introduced them to anyone as a boyfriend. It hasn't been love yet and I don't want to confuse them... When it's true love. It hasn't been yet... ''
However, the former model - who finalised her divorce from the actor in 2010 - believes her boys, Mason, 11, and Jake, seven, are keen for her to meet someone new.
She explained: ''They both now would love for me to have a boyfriend so they could wrestle with somebody because they are getting too big and too strong to be wrestling with me anymore!''
In spite of the breakdown of her marriage, Brandi, 41, is still hoping to find ''Mr Right'' and though she has ruled out walking down the aisle again, she is hopeful of meeting someone who can make her change her mind.
She said: ''I do believe Mr. Right exists, 100 percent.
''I don't plan on getting married again, but I do welcome meeting the man that will make me change my mind about that.''
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