Taylor Armstrong of RHOBH is thinking about finding love after Russell’s death

Find her happy for the rest of her life. Taylor Armstrong it reflects on her turbulent relationship with the deceased Russell Armstrong – and how she managed to find love with her current husband John Bluher.

“I don’t think it would be someone I trust so much for everything I’ve been through, I don’t think I’d ever be in a relationship again,” said Taylor (51) exclusively. Us Weekly during the promotion season 3 from The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip Ex-Wives Club. “I just felt so betrayed.”

RHOBH's Taylor Armstrong considers finding love with John Blucher after Russell Armstrong's death

Taylor Armstrong and John Bluher Matt Baron / Shutterstock

The reality star noted that it was her time Real housewives from Beverly Hills influenced her hopes for her life in a relationship. “When your life is played on television, I don’t know how you meet someone you’ve never been with before and just assume they won’t have so many preconceived thoughts about who you are,” she added.

Kansas born appeared in the Bravo series as a regular series from 2010 to 2013 before touring over the years. During her work RHOBHthe spectators saw the ups and downs in Taylor’s marriage to Russell. In July 2011. TV face filed for divorce, citing physical and verbal abuse. A month later, Russell found dead by suicide by hanging.

The Hiding from reality the author recalled the struggle to deal with the consequences of Russell’s death.

RHOBH's Taylor Armstrong considers finding love with John Blucher after Russell Armstrong's death

Taylor and Russell Armstrong Picture Perfect / Shutterstock

“I knew I had to survive and survive so I could take care of it [my now-16-year-old daughter Kennedy]. “Kennedy was my first and most important concern and I just have to tell you day by day,” she shared with Us. “It was one disappointment after another, how things went. Lawyers would just call me and there was never anything positive. ”

Taylor explained how “paralyzed” she felt. The “weight of the world” in the midst of a major life change. “Fortunately, John, my current husband, who was my friend, was then a lawyer. He came and really helped me. We didn’t really like each other for the first few years, because every time he called me, it was bad news, “she joked. “But he stood by me through everything and helped me get through everything I went through.”

After she got married in 2014, Taylor praised her husband (64) for changed her view of marriage. “That’s why I believe I’m married now because I would never trust anyone again. “After all the lies that were built in my previous relationship, having someone who just stood by me – even though we couldn’t stand it for a while – was the reason I trusted him so much, and we became best friends,” she added.

Season 2 of The Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip premieres at Peacock on Thursday, June 23rd.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, call National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 for confidential support.

With reporting by Christine Garibaldi

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