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Gizelle Bryant and Jamal Are in Their Feelings About Their Daughters' Latest Accomplishments

The RHOP mom is both happy and sad about her eldest daughter Grace starting her senior year of high school.

By Brad Witter

The Real Housewives of Potomac’s Gizelle Bryant is one step closer to being an empty nester — and she knows it. Now that teen daughters Grace, Adore, and Angel are officially back in the classroom, naturally, Gizelle is emotional about the end of high school quickly approaching.

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“And just like that the summer is officially over and school has started,” the RHOP mom captioned an August 29 Instagram photo of the trio, adding “Love My Girls” as a hashtag. “Grace’s senior year, I’m so happy for her but it makes me so sad…”

The girls’ father, Jamal Bryant, also got in on the love fest, commenting, “My heartbeats” on his ex’s photo. Joining him were The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Kenya Moore, who replied with three red heart emojis, as well as fellow RHOP cast member Robyn Dixon, who wrote, “My girls,” adding three smiling faces with hearts emojis.

As fans will recall, Gizelle stressed about giving Grace driving lessons during Season 6 of RHOP (more on that above). Giving The Daily Dish an update on her “fantastic” daughters in May, she said that her eldest child has come a long way since then, and now her youngest two girls are also about to hop in the driver’s seat.

“Grace is really driving now, like, in these streets. Like, without me. And she’s driving her sisters around. She feels empowered,” Gizelle shared at the time. “The twins just turned 16 and they are loving every minute of their independence. I’m just super proud of them.”

All these milestones ultimately serve as a “sad” reminder that her daughters’ days of living at home are numbered though. “I do get very emotional when it comes to my kids, ’cause they’re going to be leaving me soon,” the Reasonably Shady podcast co-host added. “But I’m proud of who they’re growing to be. They’re amazing.”

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