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Dr. Tiffany Moon Shares What Her Husband Really Thinks of The Real Housewives of Dallas
The RHOD cast member also reveals what she regrets most about her first season on the show.
Dr. Tiffany Moon's husband, Daniel Moon, is incredibly supportive of all of her endeavors, whether it's her social media shenanigans or getting active as a couple. So, when Tiffany joined The Real Housewives of Dallas cast for Season 5, Daniel was right there by his wife's side, even if living his life in front of the camera isn't exactly his thing.
While reflecting on her first season as a Housewife during her April 13 appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Tiffany revealed that her husband isn't the biggest fan of filming the show. "My husband is very shy. He's an introvert," Tiffany explained in the above clip. "He will do the things that I ask him to do because he's just the sweetest husband in the world, but he'd rather not be in front of the camera."
Still, Daniel has frequently appeared on RHOD in Season 5, along with other members of Tiffany's family, including the couple's 6-year-old twin daughters Chloe and Maddie and the anesthesiologist's mother, Grace. Daniel has been there to comfort Tiffany amid her drama with her fellow Dallas Housewives and as she made major life decisions, such as getting ready to meet with her supervisor about her work schedule.
Tiffany dished more on her first season as a Housewife during her appearance on WWHL, revealing that she had only watched Season 4 of RHOD prior to joining the cast. She also shared that the friendships she made this season were unlike any she's ever had in her life. "Yeah, I never had a big group of girlfriends and certainly not like this group," Tiffany said. "So a very new experience for me."
Tiffany said that she regrets not letting the RHOD ladies get to know her better right from the get-go. "I think that I didn't open up with the ladies and let down my walls a little sooner," she shared of her biggest regret of the season, below. "I felt a little judged and that some of them maybe didn't like me, so I had my walls up for a really long time until I felt safe around them to let them down."
Host Andy Cohen said that was a "natural" reaction to joining something for the first time. "I mean, anybody would do that, right?" he said.
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