Shannon was in the city to launch her new line of prepared food, Real for Real Cuisine, in QVC's headquarters in West Chester, Pennsylvania on Wednesday. So, of course, her BFF Tamra definitely had to be there to cheer her on, along with Shannon's 16-year-old daughter, Sophie Beador.
Judging from their social media posts, it looks like The Real Housewives of Orange County trio had the best time during their girls' trip. We mean, just look at how cute and excited they look outside QVC's HQ.
Shannon gets ready for her QVC debut, along with daughter Sophie and Tamra. Photo: Shannon Beador/Instagram
Sophie couldn't have been more proud of her mom while inside the QVC studios. "You're a STAR," the RHOC teen captioned a photo of her mom behind the scenes in her Instagram Story.
Shannon's smile shines bright backstage at QVC's studios. Photo: Sophie Beador/Instagram
As the RHOC ladies got ready to celebrate Shannon's success, Tamra posted the sweetest note on Instagram to congratulate her friend. "Tonight we celebrate [Shannon's] Success," Tamra gushed in the post. "My friend has had a hard two years and today she showed every single mom that anything is possible with hard work and determination. ... Philadelphia we are coming for you. #letscelebrate #soproudofyou."
The good times continued to roll as Shannon and Tamra hit the town to celebrate. "Shannon just kicked f---ing major ass," Tamra said in one video.
It sounds like Shannon was also really pleased with her QVC performance. "We are in Philadelphia celebrating a really fun day," she said in the same video. "Long but fun and successful day!"
Shannon recently opened up to The Daily Dish about how much she had already gained from the experience of preparing Real for Real Cuisine to launch prior to her QVC debut. "I have to say there are so many positive things, but I think probably one of them is that it's brought a newfound confidence to me because when you're leaving a 17-year marriage, there's some sadness and feelings of failure and insecurities of, 'I'm 54 years old and starting off on my own.' So to know that I'm gonna be able to stand on my own two feet and put something out there into the world that's mine, it's just a huge confidence builder," Shannon said. "It makes me realize if I set my mind to something and have a passion for it, it can actually happen."
See more of Shannon and Tamra's friendship in action, below.