The Real Housewives of Orange County viewers have watched Tamra Judge experience personal ups and downs, including the dissolution of her marriage to Simon Barney. In fact, when Tamra spoke to The Daily Dish earlier this season, she opened up about living out the end of their marriage in front of cameras and the moment she asked for a divorce in a limo, in the video above.
Together Tamra and Simon have three children: Sidney, Spencer, and Sophia. They divorced in 2011 after getting married in 1998. These days, Tamra has found love again with Eddie Judge and they proudly take viewers inside their marriage, both the highs and the lows, but some fans may be wondering where things stand with her ex-husband.
"Not good, not well," she told PEOPLE this week about the status of co-parenting with her ex-husband. She then shared how relations could improve between them, noting: "If all the kids were over 18. I mean, it's just been hard. It's a struggle."
Last season on RHOC, Tamra candidly discussed her relationship with her daughter, Sidney, from whom she has experienced estrangement over the years, as she shared with a group of women at a bible study class. She reflected on that confessional moment in an interview with The Daily Dish in 2017. "It's really something I've tried to protect. My daughter, of course, try to protect her try, not to talk about it too much, so it was a little unexpected because I have really no control over my emotions when it comes to that," she said of the below moment. "So it was nice because of the fact that I was surrounded by such amazing women that had so much compassion and it just really opened my eyes to a lot of things."
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