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During the Season 9 group trip to Palm Springs, the ladies shared a heart-to-heart where they reflected on their ups and downs over the years. They also spoke a bit about what their future could look like, including a potential playdate for their sons, Elijah and Shams. MJ even said that she wanted to try to forge ahead and put the past behind them.
On Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, GG shared what she thinks the future might hold for her and MJ and if motherhood might be the thing to help them start fresh. "I hate to sound negative, but I really don't think it'll have anything to do with the fact that she's a mother and I'm a mother. I just need to see her character change," she said on the June 6 episode. "I need to see her make some shifts that promote positivity and support and uplifting of your friends. Until then, she's just another mom to me."
Later in the June 6 episode of Shahs of Sunset, GG got the chance to meet Shams, and she and MJ bonded over being moms. It was then that MJ shared that a "boundary" had been set by her husband, Tommy Feight, and that Reza Farahan won't have the chance to meet Shams following their issues stemming from Season 8.
On WWHL this past Sunday, GG shared her take on that moment: "My heart just dropped into the pit of my stomach when she said that. I thought, maybe, it was just like there's a timelapse to that and it'll expire once those two really see change amongst themselves. But to hear that there's absolutely no expiration date, it hurt my heart."
You can hear more from GG on the matter in the WWHL clip, above.
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