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Sutton Stracke Opens Up About Filming RHOBH with Her Daughter
The RHOBH cast member revealed more about her 19-year-old daughter, Porter.
Porter appeared on RHOBH during the July 7 episode when she opened up about her life at college and even bonded with Lisa Rinna over rushing the same sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma (clip above). Sutton has since called the experience of filming with her daughter "really fun and sweet," and it took place during a time when Porter was home from William and Mary College, which she attends in Virginia.
Sutton also shared a bit more about what her 19-year-old daughter is like. “She’s kind of soft-spoken and she can be a little shy as well. But she loved doing it,” Sutton told Page Six. “So it wasn’t like, ‘I don’t want to be here.’ She was pretty forthcoming and wanted to do whatever we could do.”
According to Page Six, Porter is double majoring in history and French at university. In fact, Sutton and Porter recently went on a trip together to France. Sutton revealed in one caption, "Left this beauty in France so she can study French and speak circles around her mother! #mommydaughter plein de bisous [full of kisses in French]."
Sutton is mom to two sons, Philip and James, in addition to Porter. In a 2020 interview with The Daily Dish, she opened up about how her kids reacted to seeing her on the show (she joined Season 10 as a friend of and appears in Season 11 as a full-time Housewife; in her debut season, she said she couldn't film with her children because her ex-husband didn't want them on the show).
"You know, it’s funny. The first episode I didn’t watch with them. And then my daughter came to me the next day and says, 'Oh, I watched it on YouTube.' So I thought, well, OK, if they’re gonna watch it, then let’s just watch it together. So, we watched it together last week. And my son was like, 'Mommy, you’re savage. Why are you so savage?'" she recalled with a laugh at the time. "I’m like, 'I wasn’t meaning to be.' They were laughing — they enjoyed it. But then the minute somebody said something about me, my son kind of perked up and said, 'Are they being mean to you?' [Laughs] He was serious, I’m like, 'it’s OK, settle down. We’re all good. That’s what we do.'"
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