Jax Taylor's life is pretty amazing. He just married the love of his life, Brittany Cartwright, in June, the couple moved into their dream home last spring, and he's got some exciting business ventures in the works.
But unfortunately, Jax has had to say goodbye to some of the people he would have liked to have shared his happy news with the most in recent years. Jax reflected on all of the loss he has experienced over the past few years on Twitter following the recent passing of his Aunt Sharon.
"It has been a rough three years for my family and I. I lost two of my friends, my father, my two uncles and 20 minutes ago, my aunt," Jax tweeted on Thursday, September 26. "I do not know what God’s plan is, I don’t even want to to know anymore. I just can’t handle any more deaths. I just can’t. RIP Aunt Sharon."
One of the most devastating losses Jax has experienced in the past three years was that of his dad, Ronald Cauchi, who passed away in December 2017 after a battle with cancer. Jax paid tribute to his father at his wedding in Kentucky on June 29 by placing a photo of his late loved one on one of the seats in the audience.
The passing of his father caused Jax and his mother, Marie Cauchi, to have a falling-out. It was unclear if Marie would end up going to Jax's wedding, and when the big day finally arrived, he confirmed that she did not attend. “It’s really, obviously bittersweet," Jax told PEOPLE at the time of his nuptials. "My parents won’t be there. That’s just the hard part about it, but it’s obviously a big day in both of our lives."
Jax opened up more about his family in Season 7 of Vanderpump Rules, which you can view, above.
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