Read Lisa Vanderpump’s Touching Mother’s Day Message For Her Kids #RHOBH

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It’s been a tough season for Lisa Vanderpump, but not to worry because The Real Housewife of Beverly Hills star is a tough cookie.

In honor of Mother’s Day, Lisa wrote an essay for TIME magazine for her daughter Pandora and son Max, showing the reality TV star has a softer side when it comes to motherhood. Grab a tissue.

“The bond I have with you both, it is something totally different to any other relationship I have ever had,” Lisa wrote. “The freedom as a mother to nurture, to climb into your bed and whisper deep into your ear, ‘Mummy loves you,’ to love unabatedly, unapologetically, and to feel a sense of pride as you passed milestones in your life, as if it were my own achievement.”

Her son Max was adopted and she had a special message for him. “Max has shown us that biology has little to do with a mother’s bond.”

Lisa also wrote about the conflict empty nesters face when their children leave home.

“I felt exasperation as I repeated the same thing every day, ‘Please pick up your backpack! Don’t leave it in the hall,'” she wrote. “And then one day that backpack is gone and I would do anything to see it strewn across the floor.”

Lisa mentioned fun times about putting rules in place only to break them, especially when it came to her love of mothering animals.

“I made the rules at home and we loved breaking them—ponies in the kitchen, ducks in the bed, midnight feasts, riding bareback in pajamas through the village, a journey that was filled with ridiculous scenarios that only we could enjoy, because you were mine and you were the best playmates a mother could have,” Lisa said. “So I thank you for that.”

Lisa closed with thanking Pandora and Max for giving her the job she will cherish more than any other – especially running a restaurant with dysfunctional employees.

“You have enriched the fabric of my life, you have colored it, you have given me so many memories that I have harvested for a day when my life might not be so vibrant,” she wrote. “And so on this Mother’s Day I want you to know, it is an honor to be your mother, a job I will always cherish. I thank you both.” 


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