Brandi recently opened up to PEOPLE about her adoption journey. “It’s changed our lives forever,” she shared. “We are obsessed with him, my whole family is. We’re just so blessed.”
Brandi expressed her desire to give daughters Brooklyn, 9, and Brinkley, 6, another sibling last season of RHOD. She revealed that she had suffered a miscarriage while trying to grow her family and explored with her OBGYN what challenges lie ahead for her as she tried to get pregnant with baby No.3. But after failing to conceive, Brandi and Bryan decided to stop trying for another baby, according to PEOPLE.
But at the beginning of 2018, Brandi got a call from a friend connected to a social worker who told the family about Bruin. Bruin was born prematurely on December 31, weighing 4 pounds and 5 ounces and measuring 18 inches. His biological parents were teenagers, who awarded him to the state at birth. Social workers had trouble finding a family who wanted a son until they found Brandi and Bryan. “It happened pretty much overnight,” Brandi told PEOPLE. “He was in the neonatal intensive care unit because he was born prematurely, so we flew out of Dallas — he was still in Texas —and we met him in the hospital. We just immediately fell in love.”
Ramona Singer is recovering after getting into a fender bender in the Hamptons over the weekend.
The Real Housewives of New York City star, 61, was heading east on Montauk Highway in her Maserati when she was involved in a four-car pileup, a source close to the star tells PEOPLE.
According to the insider, Singer was left injured in the accident and is “a little swollen and bruised” but recovering well.
“She was very shaken,” says the source. “It was very upsetting for her.”
A rep for the star did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment. Page Six first reported the news of the accident.
Kenya Moore is facing a ton of rumors when it comes to her pregnancy and her marriage to Marc Daly, and she recently addressed them by saying all is well in her little world.
The former beauty queen explained that all is going smoothly and that she is currently working on living arrangements for her growing family.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star confessed that she often travels between Atlanta, where she has a mansion and New York where Marc runs his restaurant and has a home.
For the moment, they have not decided where they will raise the baby who is due to be born later this year.
Kenya is very careful when she is talking about her pregnancy because she does not want to reveal too much — the former beauty queen made it clear that she wants to being a safe place before her big reveal to the world.
However, there was a portion of Kenya’s recent interview with The Daily Dish that caught her fans’ attention — Kenya said the size of her family will determine where she lives — could she be having twins?
According to the Daily Mail, the Real Housewives of New York City star will have the most serious charges against her dropped.
The outlet claims she will have her felony charges including resisting an officer with violence, disorderly intoxication and battery on a law enforcement officer dropped. In exchange, the Bravo star will enter a plea of guilty to a lesser misdemeanor.
Luann is due back in court for a plea conference in July, where the charges will be reduced.
PEOPLE has the exclusive premiere of the midseason trailer, in which Bryant appears to sit down with Kyndall Douglas for a tense conversation.
“You tried to take a shot and you missed,” the EveryHue Beauty mogul apparently tells Kyndall, who was married to Sherman for 11 years before divorcing in 2012 (the former couple have two kids together). “If I take a shot, I don’t miss.”
Of course, Bryant has some drama of her own with Sherman.
According to costar Ashley Darby, “Sherman hasn’t been to anything” — something Bryant alluded to in recent episodes as she explained Sherman’s anger over an article PEOPLE published about their relationship.
Bravo has got a brand new bag full of shows to fill up its now seven-night programming schedule this fall, including yet another “Real Housewives” series — but this one comes with a retro twist.
The NBCU cable network has ordered eight new series, it was announced Monday by Rachel Smith, senior vice president development, Bravo Media.
The slate includes “Real Housewives of the 1960s,” an “imaginative docu-series, a cast of modern women will be sent back to the 1960s to experience the ultimate era of the American Housewife,” and “Gold With Envy,” a reality show that follows the personal life of the host of ‘The Breakfast Club” radio show, DJ Envy.