Rosie O'Donnell's daughter Chelsea is speaking out for the first time since her secret marriage last summer.
The 19-year-old married Nicholas Alliegro, a 31-year-old plumber from Long Island, New York, just three months after they met at a Dunkin Donuts.
In an exclusive interview with Inside Edition, the couple revealed how Rosie reacted when she heard the news.
"She was upset that we got married without telling her, which I totally get," Alliegro said.
"She was shocked," Chelsea added.
Chelsea sat down with Inside Edition following a tumultuous 18 months. In August 2015, she ran away from home, sparking a nationwide alert. When she turned up safe days later, she said her mom had kicked her out the house, a claim Rosie denied.
They reconciled last summer, but Chelsea said they've since had another falling out.
"The last time we got into an argument, we ended up screaming at each other and I left the room," she said.
Theirs isn't the only bad blood in Rosie's life. She's famously fought with President Trump over the years, and Chelsea revealed that her mom is still reeling from the election result.
"She's out of her mind upset," Chelsea said.
Chelsea said that when her mom found out Trump had won the election, it made her physically ill.
"She was very depressed," she said. "She was in bed sleeping all day."
As for their relationship, Chelsea said she hopes her mom will one day be back in her life.
"What would you want her to know about how you guys are doing?" Inside Edition's Diane McInerney asked her.
"I would just want her to know that we're doing great," she said. "We're happy."
"Would you like to make peace with your mom?" McInerney asked.
"Some day I hope," she said.