Carrie Brittingham is one of the stars of The real hosts from Dallas. Bravolebriti joined the reality series in season 4 and shared his home life with viewers. Fans of the show noticed that her husband Eduardo Brittingham disappeared from the show in season 5. During the reunion, Carrie finally revealed that she was divorcing her husband of 17 years.
Carrie Brittingham fights during season 5 of RHOD
Like RHOD Season 5 ended its regular season, the ladies gathered again to talk about their experience in filming the show. Carrie revealed how she struggled to make the series as her marriage “fell apart”.
“It was a really hard season for me and looking back, I realized how much it hurts and how much I’ve struggled in my life,” Carrie revealed during the gathering. “As I watched it, I realized how much it hurt. My marriage was falling apart and I didn’t want to admit it. “
Carrie was not physically present at the gathering, as she had taken a COVID-19 test after landing in New York to film the special episode. Eduardo appeared during the final, but in a video call, not in person. Carrie said she and her husband broke up after a deep conversation.
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“After the show ended, Eduardo and I had to talk heart to heart and decided we had to go differently. We just told our children, “she explained. “Obviously I’m really scared and I think I was definitely trying to disguise what I was going through and I’m very ashamed of my behavior, my kids see it. I’m really sorry. I’m grateful to my friends for pointing it out, and it really made me look closely at what I went through. “
Carrie Brittingham confirms the split on Instagram
Like RHOD Gathering in season 5, Carrie went out on social media to part with her husband officially. Carrie shares a daughter, Isabella, with Eduardo, and the Bravo star had three children by her first husband.
“As we enter the episode tonight, I want you to know that Eduardo and I made the very difficult decision to separate,” Carrie posted on Instagram. “He was the most amazing father in the last 17 years of my four children and I am eternally grateful for that.”
Carrie admitted that she is breaking up with her husband, but now they will be co-parents. The entrepreneur said she was confident that they would be able to cope with this next chapter of life with the same amount of mutual respect and love that we have shared with each other for so long.
“I am so grateful for my amazing children and friends that they surrounded me during this new transition,” she added. “Starting at 50 is scary and change can be difficult, but I know we are doing the right thing for ourselves and our children. If you believe in the power of prayer, please pray for us as we walk through this unexplored territory. “
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RHOD co-stars react
After Carrie posted her statement on social media, some of her RHOD co-stars responded to the post to express their support.
“I love, I love you so much,” wrote Stephanie Holman. “You are strong, bold and beautiful. Send love and prayers to you and your family sweet friends. “
Cameron Westcott added: “I love you, darling !! I’m always here for you !! Pray for your family !! ”
The second part of The real hosts from Dallas will be broadcast next Tuesday, May 11 on Bravo.