Fans of RHOC, however, have differing opinions about the former actress. Some admire her poise while others feel she’s not being genuine.
“I need her to stop self-producing,” she said.
Co-host Tamra Judge, a former star on RHOC, agreed with Teddi’s assessment: “I think the problem is she’s an actress at heart and it’s kind of hard for her in front of a camera to not self-produce.”
Teddi replied, “It’s hard for [me] as a viewer to watch her thinking it’s authentic… It’s like stop — just be yourself. Stop.”
“For it to come out on People magazine is a little bit tricky,” said Teddi.
“It’s great that Heather is supportive,” expressed Tamra, but she also added, “I would be a little bit hesitant about talking about my minor child’s sexuality and that’s just me. Like I’m super protective of things like that. I don’t know, one daughter came out as bisexual and another daughter has come out as a lesbian.”
She went on to say, “I just don’t know that I would make that my storyline.”
The RHOC alum feels “the public can be mean” about topics related to the LGBTQ+ community. She then referenced the bullying Kat received online: “If she’s getting that kind of hate hurting her at that level now, coming out and it being on national TV… can your child handle that? Because 15 is a fragile age.”
“But good for Heather for supporting and being there for her kids,” she added.
According to the podcast episode, Tamra “just worries a little bit” about Kat. “I don’t want those kids to have to go through more than they need to.”
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