If you had told us last season that LeeAnne Locken and D'Andra Simmons' friendship would be in jeopardy, we would have said that's hogwash! But that's unfortunately the real situation that we're in this season of The Real Housewives of Dallas. Things have gotten tense between these two Lone Star ladies, and it doesn't look like anything that they've tried so far has really been able to get them back on track.
Kameron Westcott called LeeAnne and D'Andra's rift "heartbreaking" when she appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on October 17 (clip above). What's more, she's not optimistic about the future of this friendship, either. "It's sad, and I don't think it will ever be repaired. I don't," Kameron told Andy Cohen.
Kameron may not be taking sides in this disagreement per se, but she did come to the defense of LeeAnne and her fiancé, Rich Emberlin, during her appearance on WWHL, calling those rumors about the couple leading separate lives "completely false." LeeAnne and Rich have also shot down the speculation. "That is 100 percent not true, and for someone to even say that to a best friend is completely crossing Girl Code. If [LeeAnne] would have brought that up herself, then that's something to talk about, but that's completely unacceptable," Kameron explained. "[LeeAnne and Rich] have such a wonderful relationship, and I love them both. And I'm just so happy for their wedding."
Of course, LeeAnne's wedding has also been a major topic of conversation for the RHOD crew this season. Though LeeAnne has yet to confirm her wedding date, she did spill some sweet tea on her big day during her appearance on WWHL in September, which you can sip up, below.
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