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On Below Deck Sailing Yacht's April 19 episode, the crew's drama-filled dinner at a restaurant ended with a stunning cake designed to look like the Parsifal III. However, a few members of the crew weren't there to enjoy the "incredible" dessert, as Colin Macrae described it, because they were taking breaks to smoke or talk privately.
Clearly displeased with the other crew members who kept leaving the table, chef Natasha De Bourg decided to make a point by sticking a knife through the gorgeous cake and cutting it up. "When they come, the cake is destroyed. They should be at the table," she said, later explaining in an interview, "If you don't want to be here in this moment, I would sit and eat it. And you know what? You would not see a photo of what it looked like."
On Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen following the episode, Andy asked Natasha if she now regrets destroying the cake, and Natasha did not hold back when she gave her answer. "Absolutely not. No, I don't," she said. "Come on. If you're at the table [and] you keep telling them, 'Come to the table,' I'm not someone's mom." As Natasha noted, "They definitely saw how the cake looked now."
During the WWHL episode, guest Dani Soares also explained her strong feelings on members of the group leaving the table. "For me, it was that... you don't leave the table when you're having dinner together as a group, you know? You have dinner together and then you go off and do your own thing."
Watch more from Natasha and Dani's interview in the videos above!
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