‘RHOD’ may be on hold right now due to COVID19, but cast member D’Andra Simmons is keeping busy working on her current and future projects.
The Real Housewives Of Dallas are officially on a filming hiatus along with the rest of the successful Bravo franchises as the world social isolates during the COVID19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean that ‘wife D’Andra Simmons, 40, hasn’t been busy with her current businesses’ while still managing to find time in the kitchen during her quarantine and she is putting her ideas into a potential new book. The owner of Ultimate Living International, which was started by her mother Dee Simmons after her own personal battle with breast cancer and the passing of her grandmother to pancreatic cancer, has been so busy in the kitchen that she’s thinking of saving her recipes and turning them into a cookbook. From Indian cuisine to Italian breads too, it sounds like husband Jeremy is reaping all of the benefits as she tests out recipes and she filled HollywoodLife in EXCLUSIVELY on all of the details from her Texas home on April 3.
What are you binge watching? I just finished, well of course, what everybody’s watching — Tiger King!!! Seriously, who’s not watching that show? Next I’m going to look at Schitt’s Creek.
What are you doing to work out or stay fit during this time? I’m doing two to three videos a day on Amazon Prime because every time I’ve tried to mirror my phone and pair it with my TV with my Peloton or my Beachbody app, it crashes, so it’s the only thing I can get to work most of the time. I guess everybody in Highland Park [where we live] is doing the same thing. Sometimes I can only get my Amazon Prime videos to run part of the time, but it’s better than nothing and I’m doing the best I can under the circumstances. So, if I workout in the morning, I usually have a better chance of getting through the whole video than in the afternoon.