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Kameron: I Feel Sorry For Brandi

"I would love to help her learn to have less of a need to put other people down to make her feel better," says the new Dallas 'Wife.  

By Kameron Westcott
Kameron Westcott Practices her Spanish How do you teach your daughter how to be girly yet powerful? Why is that important to instill?
Kameron WestcottEven today in 2017 we still live in such a male dominated society and there is this misconception that you can't be feminine and also successful and respected. I teach Hilton to not be afraid to be herself and not change just because that's the status quo. It's important to instill confidence in my daughter because her potential is limitless and the future is female. She needs know that she has the power to make the world conform to her and not the other way around.

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Catch up on The Real Housewives of Dallas on Peacock or the Bravo App. Why do you think Court is so skeptical about the dog food business?
KW: Pink dog food is actually not my first business, for years I have made dog clothes and sold them to boutiques in Dallas. I was extremely passionate about it, but it never really got enough momentum to take off. On a side note, I still don't get why women don't want to buy more dresses for their small boy dogs but moving on...Court is skeptical because that is his job as a venture capitalist and will continue to be until I stop talking about it and actually show him some results. What were you thinking whenBrandi Redmond said you didn’t have a talent?
KW: I was like, wait did I hear that right, did she really just say what I thought she said? I mean who says stuff like that? I think the answer is someone who is insecure about themselves and or intimidated. While it does annoy me that she said something so mean, I actually feel sorry for her and would love to help her learn to have less of a need to put other people down to make her feel better about herself. What do you think aboutStephanie Hollman and Brandi’s make-up conversation?
KW: Hmmm, that's tough, but I probably side with Brandi on this. Brandi went through some hard stuff over the last year and when your dirty laundry is in public the last thing you want is your best friend to light it on fire. But I am glad they were able to amend their issues and am happy that they are friends again. What do you think of LeeAnne Locken’s costume as Stephanie and the drama between the ladies?
KW: While I love LeeAnne, if she came dressed as me in a negative way to my party I would have had the exact same reaction that Travis did and I would have asked her to leave. At the same time, if it was at a neutral site, there may be some truth to what LeeAnne was trying to convey and I hope soon her and Stephanie have the chance to work through their issues in a less toxic manner. Do you think LeeAnne is right to worry that without Brandi the group will turn on her? 
KW: As we all know LeeAnne, rightfully so, has had abandonment issues in her past, so that has to be extra hard for her to see Brandi and Steph become friends again because she may be over analyzing and thinking that if they get back together, she may lose her. So I think she is less worried about the group turning on her and more worried of no longer having Brandi in her life.

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