Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Tweet Support to Bruce Jenner
Last Friday night, April 24, Diane Sawyer’s interview with former Olympian Bruce Jenner aired on ABC and history was made as nearly 17 million people watched the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star announce that “for all intents and purposes [he is] a woman.” Included in those millions of viewers? Some of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, of course.
While not all of the ladies — both past and present — remarked about Bruce’s interview, many of them did. Among those who sent their words of advice into the Twittersphere were Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Yolanda Foster, Brandi Glanville, Eileen Davidson, Lisa Rinna. Even former star Joyce Giraud has some sweet thoughts to send Bruce’s way.
Check out what they all had to say:
Lets make sure as we educate the next generation,tolerance is no longer used,its acceptance #born this way. Goodnight tweeties.Lisa Vanderpump (@LisaVanderpump) April 25, 2015
I LOVE BRUCE JENNER. He's a hero and he's saving so many lives. I'm in awe...Eileen Davidson (@eileen_davidson) April 25, 2015
With an open heart & and an open mind we watched Bruce last night, I woke up with such a strong sense of compassion and feel blessed with a deeper understanding of this valuable conversation that will hopefully inspire many and save lives. Thank you #BruceJenner for sharing and daring to live an authentic Life, true to you! #MalibuLovesUJustTheWayUAre #WeAreYourVillage
I heart Bruce Jenner- his message his everything #BORNTHISWAYBrandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) April 25, 2015
#BruceJenner you are a hero and your courage + honesty will help so many. May your journey bring you peace and joy. Sending Love + blessingslisa rinna (@lisarinna) April 25, 2015
We’re not surprised to see these ladies be so encouraging to Bruce during this transitional time as they’ve always appeared to be supportive of others — while sometimes throwing each other under the bus.
Our big takeaways from Bruce’s interview were that most of his family was very supportive of him — yes, he prefers to go by male pronouns for now — and that his biggest supporter is actually Kim Kardashian, who got some help in the acceptance department from husband Kanye West.