Vicky Gunvalson Tweets Daughter Briana Is Free From Cancer Following Surgery

By Pala Sen | 11 months ago
Vicky Gunvalson Tweets Daughter Briana Is Free From Cancer Following Surgery

Vicky Gunvalson has eventually taken a sigh of relief. She confirmed that Briana Culberson, her daughter is now free of cancer after her surgery.

Gunvalson, 53 who is the star of the hit show “The Real Housewives of Orange County”, took to social media (Twitter) on Tuesday, November 17. She tweeted that Briana’s recent biopsy shows that no cancer is detected. She thanked all her fans and followers and also wrote that Jesus had answered her prayers.


It was only last week when Gunvalson posted an update on social media and told her followers about her travelling to Oklahoma from California, so that she could be with Culberson, her daughter. Culberson, 25, had to undergo a surgery, removing her enlarged lymph nodes.

On November 13, Vicky Gunvalson wrote that her daughter’s surgery went pretty well. It was just two days after the surgery was performed. The relieved mother also updated that her daughter is under the process of recovery at her home with her 2 kids, husband and Gunvalson. She thanked everyone for their prayers and thoughts.

Culberson’s fight against thyroid cancer was documented in the hit Bravo show. A surgery had to be done for treating the same condition in 2012.                     

Vicky Gunvalson had earlier mentioned in her blog that her daughter has suffered a lot during these past few years but she had been a brave woman and has always been smiling all through her pains and sufferings.

Gunvalson said that her daughter has inspired her for looking at the bigger picture of life that is close friends and family members.

Culberson is planning to shift to Orange Country with her family, so that she can be closer to her mom.

On November 17, Brooks Ayers’ former girlfriend tweeted that she is both thankful and happy with her daughter’s progress.

The news of Vicky Gunvalson’s daughter’s ailing with cancer has come to the public domain at the same time when there was a controversy about Brooks Ayers’ cancer diagnosis.



Photo Source: Wikimedia Commons/Vicky Gunvalson