We imagine it must be a combination of thrilling and nerve-wracking emotions to have your loved one be a Real Housewife. After all, watching her on TV would be so cool, but we also know these fun-loving ladies can get a little wild from time to time.
The Real Housewives of Dallas' Kameron Westcott admitted to The Daily Dish during an interview in New York City this week that her husband, Court Westcott, has definitely cringed while watching the show. "Court is extremely conservative, and he does not like to be flashy. Like we're very low-key usually," she explained. "So if I get a little flashy sometimes, he's like, 'Babe, that's so tacky. Don't do that.'"
Kameron offered up this example from earlier this season of RHOD as the ladies jetted off to Beaver Creek in their matching monogrammed pajamas. "Definitely when I said, 'We're wearing PJs on a PJ.' Court's just like, 'Oh, God!'" she shared.
Perhaps this is one reason why Court has a difficult time watching RHOD these days. "He used to always watch The Real Housewives of Dallas until I joined the show. And now he's very limited," Kameron said. "He doesn't watch it in bed with popcorn with me anymore. He gets anxiety when it's actually airing."
Still, Kameron said that Court is supportive of RHOD. "I think he thinks it's entertaining," she said. "He's extremely protective, though, and doesn't want anything to happen to me, so I know secretly he gets anxiety hoping nothing bad's gonna happen."
But does Court's prestigious Dallas family agree? Press play on the above clip of Kameron's time on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Wednesday night to find out.
Relive Kameron's PJ moment, below.
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