'RHOC': Heather Dubrow Regrets Talking to Tamra Judge's Husband
'RHOC': Heather Dubrow Regrets Talking to Tamra Judge's Husband
Gina Pusateri
Gina Pusateri
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
On last night's Real Housewives of Orange County, Heather Dubrow approached Tamra Judge's husband, Eddie, and revealed details of an intimate conversation the ladies had regarding whether or not Tamra would have another baby. Although Tamra was hurt by Heather's actions, she didn't call her out on the show. But that doesn't mean that Heather doesn't feel remorse for what she did.

"I feel TERRIBLE about talking to Eddie about the baby issue," Heather wrote on her Bravo blog. "He's right, it's absolutely none of my business. I think at the time I meant to be helpful. If Tamra had gone to Terry because she was worried about me I wonder if he would have taken it the same way? I'm not sure, but watching it back, it was clearly the wrong decision."

Heather went on to say that although she made a bad decision, there was no malice behind her motivation to talk to Eddie.

"I would never do anything intentionally to hurt Tamra or Eddie," she wrote. "Despite our issues right now, Tamra is my friend. I am truly sorry to Tamra and Eddie for my actions. This is between them, period. On the upside, at least I gave Tamra something to actually be mad at me about."


Tamra also took to her Bravo blog to clear up the conversation she originally had with Heather about expanding her family.

"Me wanting to have a child with Eddie and having my kids 50-percent of the time were two different issues. I don't think Heather understood what I was trying to say," Tamra wrote. "Being newly married and absolutely in love with my husband, I naturally want to have a child with him. He is an amazing step-father to my kids and in the past expressed he would like to have one of his own. I want to share with him the love of a baby and not the replacement of my kids when they are at their dad's house."

Heather explains that her initial advice to Tamra was a normal part of their relationship, and she was just looking out for her as a friend.

"I took what Tamra said at dinner to mean she wanted a baby to fill the void because her kids are gone 50 percent of the time," she wrote. "Had she said I love Eddie and we want to have a baby together I would have said, 'Great, exciting!' My having an opinion about what's going on with Tamra is normal. We have talked about the idea of having another baby for over a year. I care about her and I just don't want her to do anything rash. This is being a friend. She wouldn't want me to yes her. If the roles were reversed I would want and expect her to tell me how she felt."

The good news is that the two of them seemed to work out their differences over sushi. At least for now.


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