My husband’s done ‘third wheeling’ me

SMothered,” TLC’s new reality TV show co-produced by The Post, shines a spotlight on close — maybe too close — mother-daughter relationships.

In a four-part series of exclusive interviews with The Post, the TLC “sMothered” castCathy and Cristina, Sunhe and Angelica, Cher and Dawn, and Sandra and Mariah — spill the dirt on all their daughter-mama drama. The show airs Sundays at 10 p.m. on TLC.

Cher and Dawn

Cher, 27, lives on the Upper East Side, while mom Dawn, 59, lives in Florida — but “distance does not keep us apart,” says Dawn.

“A lot of mothers and daughters will say, ‘We spoke today already, so I don’t need to call her again, I know she’s good,’ ” says Cher, a nurse and dating coach who also appeared on MTV’s “My Super Sweet 16” in 2007. “But for us, we’re not just calling to check in, we’re calling to talk about our day, or if something happens we want to share it.”

That’s an understatement: In “sMothered,” both women are glued to their phones and in constant contact. They text all day and pull up FaceTime for outfit consultations.

All those clothing conversations pay off when the girls finally do get to see each other.

“Whenever I go to Florida, I can raid her closet. When she comes to New York, she doesn’t need to pack much — she raids mine,” says Cher.

On “sMothered,” Cher’s husband, Jared, a doctor, seems frustrated by the women’s closeness, and refers to himself as the “third wheel” in his own relationship. But both women insist that it’s not that beyond the pale.

“It’s not a weird thing,” says Cher. “To other people maybe it is, but this is what we’re used to.”

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