Without holding back heather gay she’s the latest real housewife to add “author” to her resume, and she wasn’t afraid to show it all off.
He Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star, 48, published her first memoirs, bad mormonon Tuesday, February 7. The book covers everything about her, from her childhood and her time in college as a missionary to her marriage to her ex-husband. gay billy.
“No one had asked me to write my story before, so when the opportunity presented itself, I jumped at it,” the Bravo personality exclusively said. us weekly before the book’s release. “But I really felt that it was important if I was going to break the legacy of the generations before me, I wanted to make sure that I told it with my voice, with my experience, from my perspective…and that I would leave no stone unturned. . And I felt like the only way to do that was with a book.”
In the memoir, the reality star details his upbringing in the Church of Christ of Latter-day Saints and his subsequent decision to turn away from the religion. when she decided to join rhoslcshe consulted her bishop about the series, and he told her not to sign up.
“Don’t do it,” Heather remembers telling her in the book. “That it’s not worth it. And if you do, make sure you take a glass of milk with you when you’re at parties with alcohol.”
The Beauty Lab + Laser founder considered his words for a month, but ultimately decided to make her own decisions. “One day, in an instant, I realized that I didn’t have to do what the bishop said,” she wrote. “I could do whatever I wanted. I was not indebted to him or to any other man. And maybe I was wrong. Maybe God wanted me to walk around the holidays with a martini instead of milk.”
While much of bad mormon takes place before Heather became a real housewife, there are still some juicy anecdotes about her rhoslc co-stars The first time she dated pink whitney one by one was when the 36-year-old founder of Wild Rose Beauty recruited her as a photographer for a boudoir shoot.
The beautician and her cousin were once rude as thieves, earning them the nickname Bad Weather, but Heather told them Us that they are still on the “friendship break” that began during RHOSLC season 3.
“I think that’s really how Whitney wants it to be,” Heather explained. “She wants to be alone. She doesn’t want to feel obligation or loyalty, and I’m kind of an obligation-loyalty girl. Then I do not know. I don’t see any storms due to bad weather. I think the sky is clear from here on out. She’s doing her thing and I’ll do mine.”
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