Diana Jenkins allegedly used her medical history to get out of attending Garcelle Beauvais’ birthday party.
The newest addition to “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast sent a “shady” text to the entire group, explaining why she was missing out on the festivities.
In a preview for Wednesday’s episode, Kyle Richards told her husband, Mauricio Umansky, and their 26-year-old daughter, Alexia Umansky, that she texted her co-stars after their recent Mexico trip.
“I sent a message on Sunday morning saying, ‘I hope you girls are all getting some rest. I’m so tired,’” Richards said.
“And then Diana wrote back, ‘Well, I don’t normally do this in a group text, but doctors are putting me on bed rest to stop bleeding,’” she continued, as Dorit Kemsley, Crystal Kung Minkoff and Sutton Stracke chimed in to recite the rest of the text in their confessionals.
The message, according to Jenkins’ co-stars, continued, “This trip and flying and drinking and burning my candle both ends after losing baby, bleeding for eight weeks straight after miscarriage, and four major surgeries that followed in last few weeks to save my uterus was not a very intelligent thing to do.”
Lisa Rinna then read, “I usually wouldn’t share this in a group text because it makes me look like a whining bitch,” before Beauvais added, “But ‘Garcelle,’ misspelled, might think I’m rude, so there it is.”
Rinna chimed in, “I love Diana. She’s as shady as I am.”
Jenkins previously got candid about losing her fourth child during a one-on-one chat with Richards.
The Bravolebrity, who fled Bosnia for London where she met her first husband Roger Jenkins, said she found out she was pregnant just five months after giving birth to daughter Eliyanah in 2020.
However, her doctor revealed that her unborn baby had passed away weeks before, and she was forced to deliver a stillborn baby.
Jenkins shares two children with her British financier, and one daughter with her current partner, Asher Monroe.
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