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Taylor Armstrong Reveals What Daughter Kennedy Thinks of RHOBH
The RHUGT Season 2 cast member shared what her now-16-year-old daughter has seen of RHOBH.
Taylor Armstrong’s daughter, Kennedy, was just a kid when her mom appeared in Seasons 1 through 3 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. We mean, who could forget the iconic tea party in celebration of her fourth birthday — and its jaw-dropping $50,000 price tag?
Well, Kennedy is all grown up now and is a teenager (!!), as we saw in the opening minutes of The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Season 2 (clip above). Kennedy appeared onscreen with Taylor as the RHOBH alum packed for her getaway to the Berkshires. We also got to see a bit of Taylor’s home life with Kennedy and husband John Bluher in Orange County.
So when Taylor returned to the Bravo Clubhouse for the July 12 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, the titular host wanted to know what Kennedy, now 16 years old, thought about RHOBH and her mom’s life in front of the cameras. “Well, back when she was little, I let her watch her birthday party. But, you know, there’s so much out there. I’m sure she’s seen a lot more than I realize,” Taylor said on WWHL. “I don’t think she cares, actually. She has her own life and her own teenage friends, and she’s probably like, ‘Mom, schmom.’”
Taylor also shared that Kennedy and John get along really well, prompting Andy Cohen to proclaim, “I love a happy ending.”
During the WWHL After Show, Taylor opened up more about what it’s been like returning to TV on RHUGT (new episodes are available on Peacock every Thursday). “I will just say that it was so amazing being back on the show, and we had so much fun,” she shared in the below clip. “And it was nice to be able to show a new side of my life after everything was so sad after I left Beverly Hills. And it was a real gift, so thank you, Andy.”
Taylor added that she has nothing but love for her fellow RHOBH OGs. “I love them all. We’re gonna be a family,” she said. “We’ve been through a little bit together. So the original six of us will always be friends, and I’ll always cherish that family.”