Eileen Davidson Opens Up About The Pain of Letting Go “It Was Excruciating”

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Eileen Davidson has dealt with a lot of loss recently. This week, on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, she opens up.

“The last year and a half has been especially rough with the death of my sister, my niece, Vincent’s cousin (who was, for all intents and purposes, another brother to him), and Vincent’s dad. I’m not always so emotional, but I do feel like I’ve been wearing my heart on my sleeve. If Kyle is Cryle…I must be Cryleen!”

Not knowing that her sister had terminal cancer weighed heavily on Eileen. On a family vacation to Italy, she pays tribute to the woman who helped raiser her.

“I knew this trip would be the perfect time and place to scatter my sister Connie’s ashes. I also knew it would be another big step in the healing process. She was in love with Italy and always said she was an Italian opera singer in another life. To let some of her ashes go in her favorite country was the best way I could imagine to honor her.”

Though painful, it helped ease some of her grief.

“It may be one of those things that sounds better than actually doing it. Even though I knew it was the right thing to do for my sister’s memory, it was excruciating. But after I did it, it felt like a burden was lifting, if only a little.”

One thing Eileen is happy about—missing Kyle Richards’ dinner party.

“Too many unresolved issues for one dinner table. Faye and Kathryn’s history regarding Nicole Brown Simpson came up. Faye and Lisa V. saw each other after not seeing each other for years after an unresolved fight. And Lisa R. and Yolanda were in the same room since the whole “Munchausen” thing came up. I really care about both these ladies, and I hope they talk it out and put this to rest.”

I found myself tearing up as Eileen said goodbye to her sister. How about you?


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