So shocking! Taylor revealed that her 5-year-old was there on Aug. 15, the day they discovered Russell had hanged himself!
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong made a bombshell revelation to Bravo’s Andy Cohen on What What Happens Live Dec. 5, according to Us Weekly: The 40-year-old wasn’t alone when she found 47-year-old Russell Armstrong — their daughter Kennedy was with her.
Taylor accuses Camille of putting her life and her daughter’s life in danger and then denies she’s having a breakdown. Plus more!
The Dec. 5 episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills continued with the overarching theme of the tension brewing between Taylor Armstrong and Camille Grammer after Camille got into an argument with Taylor over the alleged abuse — and it was only a matter of time before the situation exploded.
Taylor recently revealed that she’s writing a tell-all book about her abusive marriage and a source tells HollywoodLife that her fellow cast mates think it’s ‘too soon’! Do you?
Taylor Armstrong might want to re-think her 272-page memoir Hiding From Reality: My Story of Love, Loss, and Finding the Courage Within. HollywoodLife.com spoke to a source close to the cast who says it’s “horrible” that Taylor is writing a book about her marriage to husband Russell Armstrong, who committed suicide in August.
As Taylor and Russell Armstrong’s relationship seems to crumble, the housewives finally seem to be making attempts to all get along.
The Nov. 28 episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills opens with the extravagant planning of Lisa Vanderpump’s daughter Pandora‘s wedding. Famous Hollywood wedding planner, Kevin Lee, makes an appearance on the episode, voicing his fabulous ideas to try to enhance Pandora’s wedding in the most luxurious ways possible.
The housewives continue to worry about Taylor Armstrong’s marriage to the late Russell Armstrong on ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.’ Was this a predictor of the future?
The Nov. 21 episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills opens with the unexpected intervention that took place at Lisa Vanderpump‘s tea party on last week’s episode. Camille Grammer speaks out about the alleged abuse rumors swirling about Taylor and Russell Armstrong‘s marriage — and she does not hold back.
HollywoodLife.com caught up with the lovely Taylor Armstrong at the California Dreaming-A Fashion Celebration with a Cause in downtown Los Angeles Oct. 20 and she’s doing better than after in the wake of her husband’s suicide.
Following her estranged husband Russell Armstrong‘s suicide in August, Taylor Armstrong has been living an emotional roller coaster. Not only was she left to raise their daughter, Kennedy, alone, the reality star was forced to recover in the spotlight, as her TV show, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, began its second season. Despite all of these hurdles, Taylor told HollywoodLife.com she’s feeling better and more whole as time goes on.
Since her estranged husband’s tragic suicide nearly two months ago, Taylor Armstrong has picked herself up by her boot straps and is getting her life back to normal, a friend tells HollywoodLife.com. Good for her!
We cannot even imagine the pain Taylor Armstrong must have felt after discovering her estranged husband Russell Armstrong‘s hanging body following his suicide in Beverly Hills, Calif. Aug. 15. In the beginning, Taylor could barely leave the house, she was so upset — but now, nearly two months later, things are starting to look up once again.
Plus Taylor Armstrong’s getting so bone thin, Lisa Vanderpump can’t help telling her to eat!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills gets off to a rocky start this week as Adrienne Maloof and her husband, Paul Nassif, wait on a private jet for Kim Richards who is supposed to fly with the duo to watch the Sacramento Kings game. Not only is Kim late, but when she arrives, she’s clearly hammered!
On the day RHOBH star Taylor Armstrong learned about her ex-husband’s suicide, she had little time to mourn as she had to find a way to tell her daughter, Kennedy. She tells all in a new Entertainment Tonight interview.
Nobody could imagine what Taylor Armstrong must have experienced the day Russell Armstrong committed suicide. While we’re sure it must have felt like the world around her crumbled, the housewife had to stay strong and keep it together for her 5-year-old daughter, Kennedy.
In an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight, the ‘Real Housewife’ opens up about her late husband Russell’s abuse and how she’s coping since his suicide on Aug. 15.
Taylor Armstrong has not been shy when it comes to openly discussing her late husband, Russell Armstrong‘s heartbreaking abuse. But, in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight, which will air next Tuesday, Taylor reveals that Russell would never hit her in front of their 5-year-old daughter, Kennedy. At least he had enough dignity to do that.
The girls head to Camille’s house in Beaver Creek for a weekend together, which ends in tears!
Russell Armstrong‘s death still hangs heavy over the second episode of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, as Camille Grammer invites Taylor Armstrong, Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, Kim Richards and Adrienne Maloof to Colorado for a ladies’ only trip.
Russell Armstrong’s younger sister, Laurie Kelsoe, tells HollywoodLife.com exclusivelyshe will sue Taylor Armstrong if she writes a book that slanders her brother!
Russell Armstrong’s sister Laurie Kelsoe is furious and disgusted that Taylor Armstrong is planning on writing a book about domestic violence and will include personal photos of herself being battered at the hands of Russell.
Taylor Armstrong may claim to still be mourning her ex-husband Russell, but The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has found time to shop around a book—and she’ll reportedly include personal photos of herself being battered at the hands of Russell!
“Taylor’s acting like she’s not trying to bank off Russell’s suicide, but by including photos of her injuries after he allegedly beat her, that’s exactly what she’ll be doing,” a source tells RadarOnline.com.
Kyle Richards says that co-star Taylor Armstrong was ‘pleased’ with how the premiere was handled after her husband’s suicide — but should it even be shown? Vote!
The stars of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills are supporting their show despite the recent suicide of their co-star Taylor Armstrong‘s estranged husband Russell Armstrong — but critics think the first episode was in bad taste. What’s your take, HollywoodLifers?
The preview for the new season seems fun, but it’s hard to ignore the real life tragedy which struck the cast just weeks ago!
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Russell Armstrong‘s Aug. 15 suicide made many fans think the show’s future might be in jeopardy, but the second season premiere is here on schedule. Read More & See Video!
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