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Meghan Edmonds Slams Vicki’s Apology — Says It Was “Forced” And “Not Genuine” #RHOC

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Meghan King Edmonds is navigating the current season of The Real Housewives of Orange County with a snazzy new address, and on a mission to grow a new baby. Meghan continues to whisper against Vicki Gunvalson, and takes to her blog to share her thoughts about the beginning of the season.

“Two episodes in and we’re still talking about Brooks...I promise that eventually stops later on in the season. I felt so bad that Heather tried to host a nice, fun party for everyone and she got forced in to a conversation and “apology” from Vicki. Tamra said it best, “What ARE you sorry for?” The apologies seem forced and not genuine, don’t you think?”

Meghan shares her thoughts on the Beador marriage, and David’s thoughtful, though semi-hideous, gift to Shannon.

“I have to give major props to Shannon for wearing that necklace even though she didn’t like it. If Jimmy gave me something I didn’t like, I’d have to be honest and would exchange it for something else. It’s so nice seeing how far their relationship has come over the last season, though!”

There’s nothing like an ugly piece of jewelry to illustrate a repaired, albeit forced love affair! Speaking of forced — that is exactly how Meghan views the budding friendship between Vicki and cast rookie, Kelly Dodd.

“I thought that watching the lunch with Kelly and Vicki also seemed forced. It just didn’t seem like they had much chemistry at all, at least that’s the way I saw it.”

Meghan dishes on her kitchen demo, and promises to reveal photos of the completed project soon.

“Demo day was so much fun! I thought it would be the perfect way to spend some time with the girls so they could get to know Kelly better. It didn’t exactly go as planned, but I tried! And smashing in my kitchen walls was the perfect way for all of us to let off steam. We also all learned to stay clear of Kelly and a saw! I’ll make sure to post before and after pictures of my kitchen for you later this week.”

 

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