Kellyanne Conway does not dish and tell.
Donald Trump’s former political advisor insisted Tuesday that there was no amore in the air as she had a private, late night meal with disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo at a famous Upper East Side Italian restaurant.
And while the unexpected meeting of political opposites got tongues wagging on Tuesday — Conway insisted to The Post that the meal was “not romantic.”
“Italians prefer eating to Zoom. We could have invited his brother, Christopher, but it’s unclear that he eats carbs,” she added.
The Republican Conway, who is of Italian descent on her mom’s side, and Cuomo, 65, a Democrat, were photographed leaving Il Postino on the Upper East Side together at around 10 p.m. Monday.
Cuomo is reportedly currently single, while the 55-year-old Conway is married to attorney and vocal Trump critic George Conway.
“Nothing romantic. I’ve known the [Cuomo] family for decades,” she told The Post.
Conway said the dinner’s menu for discussion included how they both had podcasts with the same company — Quake Media — and talk of various political issues on which they could find common ground.
“My policy portfolio included nonpartisan issues like veterans and the drug crisis, now worse than ever,” she told The Post. “Looking to re-engage on that and it requires working across the aisle. Sharing a meal with Gov. Christie next week on same.”
One witness to the tête-à-tête backed up Conway’s “no-romance” claim, as they said Tuesday that the duo was “not affectionate” towards each other as they spent over two hours “drinking wine and talking.”
“They’ve known each other for 20 years,” another source confirmed.
Though both Conway and Cuomo flashed smiles, the duo were a long way from their former positions at the top of the political food chain.
Since he was forced from office following a sexual harassment scandal in Aug. 2021, Cuomo has been reduced to a middling podcast host, while Conway’s one-time boss Trump is weathering multiple investigations amid the lackluster launch of his 2024 presidential bid.
While some fellow diners reportedly refused to shake the former governor’s hand Monday night, Cuomo is apparently still in good graces with political circles. In a similar instance of reaching across the aisle– er, dinner room– he was spotted in March this year chowing down with former New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie.
One month later, he was seen dining with New York City Mayor Eric Adams. Hizzoner was also a surprise guest at Cuomo’s 65th birthday bash earlier this month.
Conway is also battling what one source called the “war of relevance.” While she has confirmed that she will not work on Trump’s 2024 campaign, she recently appeared for an interview before the House Jan. 6 committee.
Trump and Cuomo were famously at odds with one another while both were in office, particularly over their different approaches to the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Cuomo resigned, Trump called the former governor a “total loser.”
“He would decry the folks that worked with President Trump,” the source previously told The Post of Cuomo. “And now he dines among them.”