Rachel Clark admits that it’s been “uncomfortable” reliving her romance with Jason Cameron on “Winter House” Season 2 — because she has a new man in her life.
“It’s very uncomfortable [to watch back], I’m not going to lie,” the florist, 31, exclusively tells Page Six, reflecting on her fling with the hunky model, 36, while filming this February and March in Vermont.
“I’m not a jealous person, but I am territorial … also, I’m very understanding that this is an uncomfortable situation,” she continues.
“Seeing someone you’re with maybe kissing someone else or expressing emotion, romantic interest, like, it’s hard to watch.”
Clark and Cameron eventually came to the conclusion that they were better suited as friends. After production wrapped, the tattooed beauty met interior designer Thomas Altamarino, whom she is still dating.
“I’m in love! He’s wonderful. Like, I’ve been waiting 31 years to meet somebody like him,” she gushes. “When you know, you know and there’s nothing more I could ask for in a human being and I’m just really, really happy. We’re happy.”
Clark — who joined the Bravo reality show after providing wedding florals for “Summer House” couple Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula — gives Altamarino credit for tuning into “Winter House,” as she herself wouldn’t like seeing a significant other kissing someone else on camera.
“I jokingly told him not to watch it because I wouldn’t enjoy watching him do that. That’s the last thing I I want to see,” she says.
“But we’ve had a lot of conversations about it and I think it also just showed … how well we communicate. It’s not the most ideal thing, but s—t happens and you’ve got to get through it and we’re doing great.”
The lovebirds are doing so great, in fact, that they’ve already discussed the prospect of marriage.
“We’ve definitely talked about it. I’m in my 30s, he’s in his 40s. Like, we’re not playing games. We’re very honest and direct with what we want in life, whether that be for ourselves or together,” Clark explains.
“I think it’s nice to be transparent and very honest with your wants and needs,” she adds, “Who knows? I love to throw a party.”
Although things didn’t work out with Cameron — who revealed he is single at a recent live show for Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” podcast — the former flames have maintained a strong friendship.
“We are friends. I do talk to him pretty often. [I saw] him throughout the summer, after we filmed. I saw him somewhat recently at a big old party and he was there,” Clark says of their current dynamic.
“I wasn’t looking for someone better than Jason. I was just looking for someone different and better for me, and that’s more compatible. At the end of the day, I hope Jason also finds someone that’s good for him and better for him.”
The “Winter House” Season 2 finale airs Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.