Taylor Armstrong Would “Definitely” Return To RHOBH After Her Season 3 Exit

Taylor Armstrong, a founding cast member of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, experienced some of the show’s most intense plotlines during her three seasons on Bravo. When Season 1 of the show, which premiered in 2010, was being filmed, co-star Camille Grammer (now Meyer) stated that Taylor’s husband, Russell Armstrong, had physically abused her. Russell committed suicide one month after Taylor filed for divorce, citing verbal and physical abuse. Although she continued to film, Taylor departed RHOBH before the 2013 Season 4 premiere because of the fallout from the death of her estranged spouse.

Taylor revealed she had first thought about quitting RHOBH when Camille “outed” her domestic violence during Lisa Vanderpump’s tea party in an interview for the “Life After Bravo” series in October 2020. She recalled, “I knew in that moment that my life was about to change. “I wasn’t sure if that meant that my life would end, get better, or that I would get divorced. For me, it was a very tense time.

In spite of all of her personal difficulties, Taylor remained “supportive of Season 2 broadcasting.” She claimed that her goal was to be open about her experiences and to demonstrate to viewers that there is “hope on the other side.” By the third season’s end of RHOBH, she understood that it was time for her and

Taylor explained to Bravo, “After Season 3 and all I was going through in my life, I felt I wanted to take some time away from L.A. and all of the press. “I couldn’t leave, and I had my young girl, and I wanted to take her away for a while and not have her exposed to people constantly yelling and asking me questions about what had happened,” said the mother of the child. They moved to Vail, Colorado as a result, and Taylor claims that there she “let go of what had happened and tried to find myself again.”

After the break, Taylor—who experienced a surge in popularity in 2019 as the “yelling woman” in the popular Smudge the Cat meme—is now making a comeback on television as a cast member of Peacock’s The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club alongside other Real Housewives alumni, including Dorinda Medley, Jill Zarin, Phaedra Parks, Eva Marcille, Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge, and, yes Taylor Bluher, who wed lawyer John Bluher in December 2020, asserted that this time around, she is a “stronger” person than she was when she and Brandi “used to fight” on RHOBH.

She recently remarked to Los Angeles Magazine, “The wonderful part about Ultimate Girls Trip for me is that my life is so different now. “With the abuse and everything else I was going through at home, I was so freaked out when I was on Beverly Hills. I was unable to truly be myself, but now that I’ve changed so much and am once again the same person, I’m even more capable and superior. My enjoyment of Ultimate Girls Trip was significantly greater as a result.

In fact, Orange County resident Taylor said she “would absolutely go back” to RHOBH if the chance arose because of how wonderful the experience had been. Follow along.

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