Vicki Gunvalson Is Done Apologizing To Shannon Beador ‘I Don’t Need To Beg Her To Be My Friend’ #RHOC

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Vicki Gunvalson is weighing in on last week’s episode of Real Housewives of Orange County — one which found the Bravo veteran shut out of the main event, David and Shannon Beador’s vow renewal.

Vicki shares her thoughts in her Bravo blog, and begins by commenting on Meghan Edmonds’ lonely pursuit of motherhood — one which finds her husband, Jim, standing on the sidelines. 

“I felt bad for Meghan on this week’s episode that Jim was not there to experience the implant of their two embryos. To me he just seems so disinterested. I know that will change once he holds his baby, but during this process he looks so removed.”

“I think it’s quite a miracle on how a baby can be conceived outside of the womb and the fact that you can choose the gender due to modern technology. That’s pretty incredible!”

Kelly Dodd was brought onto the show as a friend of Meghan Edmonds. Vicki was glad to see the duo talk, after Kelly’s mouthy outburst at Meghan’s sushi party.

“It was nice seeing Kelly visit Meghan while she was on bed rest. I know how hard it was for Kelly to face Meghan after the sushi party but I think they both handled the situation as best as possible.”

Vicki writes that she doesn’t blame David Beador for not inviting her to the vow renewal event.

“When I found out that David had invited all the ladies and their spouses except Kelly and I to Shannon’s party I was sad that we are in this place, however I don’t blame David one bit. Given the fact he has turned so angry towards me, it was not appropriate for me to be there. I thought the birthday party and the vow renewal was really special and it was nice having the ladies there to witness their re-commitment to each other. I wish them nothing but the best, as what they have had to endure not only privately but publicly has to be hard on both of them.”

Vicki explains why she decided to call and wish Shannon a happy birthday.

“I decided to call Shannon to wish her a happy birthday because I really want to attempt to move on from all this anger she has towards me. I am not expecting Shannon and I to ever be best friends again, but I do expect us to be cordial and kind to one another. As Tamra said “move on,” it’s time to move on.”

Party guest, Flipping Out’s Jeff Lewis, was heard saying that his pal Shannon should move on with Vicki Gunvalson. Vicki adds that she is longtime friends with both Jeff and Jenni Pulos.

“I have been friends with Jeff Lewis and Jenni for many years now, and it was nice seeing them attend Shannon’s party. I know Shannon and David have also become friends with him so when Jeff told Shannon I was coming to the party, I know he was just pushing Shannon’s button a bit to see what she said. I guess her laughing it off wasn’t as bad as her screaming ‘NO…I don’t want her here.’”

Vicki opens up about her past friendship with Shannon, and the current one that she shares with Kelly.

“Kelly and I have had a really nice start to a good friendship. I’ve come to realize that some people will come into our lives for a reason, and some will come for a season. I’ve realized my friendship with Shannon was for a “season.” I wish her the best but for her not willing to move on, she was only in my life for a “season” and I’m perfectly fine with it. I am a good friend, a loyal friend and for her not to see those qualities in me, I don’t need to beg her to be my friend either.”    

“I just don’t want to be her friend,” has been Shannon’s theme song this entire season. Her marriage is supposedly blissfully stable — so what will come next, as Vicki and Shannon co-exist on the same reality cast?


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