‘The Real Housewives Of Orange County:’ Vicki Gunvalson Not Disappointed Over Airing Tragic Phone Call
It has been a mixture of both good as well as bad times for Vicki Gunvalson while she was on “The Real Housewives of Orange County” (RHOC). Read what the reality star has to say about this.
According to Inquistr, Gunvalson really had a miserable moment in the recent episode of “RHOC.” It was when she received the death news of her mother, Joanne Steinmetz. In spite of the depression, the reality star decided to allow the cameras to film her tragic phone call. In addition, Gunvalson never regretted this decision.
During an interview on Watch What Happens Live, Gunvalson told Andy Cohen all about it.
“It’s part of my reality. I lost my mother. I signed up for all areas of my life to be exposed — the good and the bad.” Gunvalson said.
She added that she the reality show aired many of her great moments as well as bad moments of her life that she does not wish to appear on the show.
However, Gunvalson does not regret allowing the show to film even the most miserable incidences of her life. She even explained that everybody would lose their parents at some point of their life. She said that she does not blame the show’s production company Bravo, Evolution, or anybody because it is her life.
The reality star shared her feeling in her blog post that she dedicated to her mother. She posted it after the last episode of the reality series.
Gunvalson wrote that she used to call her mother every day to ask her any question or to tell that she loves her. She even added that she miss her mother deeply since five months after her death. She further insisted people to spend time with their loved ones as they never know when their loved ones would be taken away from them.
Vicki Gunvalson’s loss has made many of the co-stars realize the importance for their own family. Even, Meghan King Edmonds attempted to connect with her stepdaughter Hayley after this incident.
Stay tuned on Monday nights to watch the show “The Real Housewives of Orange County” on Bravo.
Photo Source: Facebook/ Vicki Gunvalson