Braunwyn Windham-Burke On Which “Favorite Scene” of Hers Got Cut From RHOC, Plus She Debuts New Tattoo, and Admits to Being “Hammered” and Ditching Husband Sean During Filming

by Lindsay Cronin
RHOC's Braunwyn Windham-Burke Debuts New Tattoo Honoring the Babies She Lost and Reveals Her "Favorite Scene" Got Cut From Season 14, Plus Admits to Being "Hammered" and Ditching Husband Sean Burke During the Taping

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Braunwyn Windham Burke is dishing on which “favorite scene” of hers got cut from the Real Housewives of Orange County as she also got a new tattoo just before the Thanksgiving holiday.

Amid her birthday celebration with husband Sean Burke, the RHOC cast member debuted her new ink on Instagram before detailing her “favorite scene” of season 14 to a curious fan and admitting to getting “hammered” and ditching her hubby during filming.

“Perfect way to end the day and start the next year!!” Braunwyn wrote on Instagram with a photo of herself being tattooed by artist Marc Jackson at the Gold Rush Tattoo parlor.

“Fun Fact, we filmed my favorite scene here last season and it got cut, probably the funniest one ever!!” she added.

Then, when a fan wanted to know what happened during her favorite RHOC scene, Braunwyn detailed the drama that took place with both her husband and her producer.

“I got hammered, ditched Sean for a bit and decided to 1) start smoking and then 2) went shopping at the sex shop down below while my producer [Nathan Palmer] begged me to please stop… then tried to entertain Sean and, well… it was fun, really fun,” she admitted along with a laughing-while-crying emoji.

RHOC Braunwyn Windham Details Favorite Scene of RHOC Season 14

A while later, Braunwyn debuted her new tattoo to her fans and followers on her Instagram Stories.

“It’s Selah, I first heard of it when I read Untamed by [Glennon Doyle], with the [two] little doves for the babies we lost,” Braunwyn explained of the ink.

RHOC Braunwyn Windham-Burke Debuts Tattoo Honoring Babies She Lost

While the word “selah” is known to have a number of different definitions and interpretations, in her book Glennon described the term as the pause one takes after having something happen to them and reacting to what that something was.