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Stephanie Hollman Opens Up About Losing Power During the Texas Winter Storm
The RHOD cast member documented her experience on Instagram.
Stephanie Hollman is among the many Texas residents to lose electricity during the recent winter storm that hit throughout the state. The Real Housewives of Dallas cast member shared details about her family’s experience on Instagram.
In a video posted on February 17, Stephanie revealed that she, along with husband Travis and sons Cruz and Chance, had been living without power for three days. “3rd day without electricity at our home,” she wrote in the caption alongside the video.
She went on to add, “I know so many of you are cold, scared and just trying to keep your family warm. Sending you my love and prayers. Check on your friends and neighbors, especially the elderly who may be unable to reach out for help. All my love to you.”
On February 18, Stephanie returned to Instagram to share a positive update. “Kids are back home and power is finally on for our family. I am hoping that this means many of my fellow Texans are also regaining their power,” she wrote alongside a family photo.
Stephanie isn’t the only Dallas ‘Wife coping with the aftermath of the extreme weather. On February 17, Tiffany Moon took to Instagram to urge followers to lend a hand to the local shelter that she helps run, The Family Place.
“We have over 100 women and children who have been displaced from our shelter due to a burst pipe. They are ok and in temporary housing but we need to find a solution as this will take WEEKS to repair,” she wrote.
As cities across Texas work to recover from the storm, Bethenny Frankel is doing her part to donate aid and support relief efforts via her foundation, B. Strong.
“We’ll set a realistic goal tomorrow for a raise for this crisis,” The Real Housewives of New York City alum tweeted on February 17. “TX can count on you...the aid distributed is from our warehouse that constantly depletes & refill during a crisis. “