April 29, 2014 02:00 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
When it comes to friendship and the Real Housewives franchise, it’s perfectly normal to see a strong friendship fall apart. Sometimes, however, the worst of frenemies manage to kiss and make up. Such was the case on the latest episode of The Real Housewives Of Orange County, with Tamra Barney and Heather Dubrow setting aside their differences and striking up a surprisingly strong friendship.
Cynthia Bailey and NeNe Leakes are officially over, but not all of the Real Housewives friendships are doomed! Although they’ve had their problems, Tamra Barney and Heather Dubrow have managed to patch up their relationship. During last night’s Real Housewives Of Orange County episode, the two decided that they were sick of the drama. Who knew that such maturity was possible in a pair of Real Housewives stars?
At the beginning of the episode, it seemed like Facebook fans were doomed to more of the usual backstabbing. Heather told Eddie Judge that his lady was desperate for a baby. When Tamra learned of this betrayal, she complained, “I think it’s wrong and I think it’s hurtful to take a conversation I had with [Heather] and turn around and tell Eddie.”
Fortunately, things changed when Heather and Tamra went out for lunch. Sure, they began their meal by accusing one another of being terrible friends. But eventually, Tamra conceded that she liked Heather and was sick of fighting with her.
Based on Tamra and Heather’s Twitter accounts, the two are still close. As she live tweeted the episode, Tamra joked, “@HeatherDubrow I love you. You can point your finger at me anytime! But I can’t promise I won’t point my finger at you…”
Do you think Tamra Barney and Heather Dubrow’s friendship will last? Sound off in the comments section below!
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