Feeling good in regards to the future! Angie Harrington shared her ideas on The Actual Housewives of Salt Lake Metropolis season 4 after her — and Jen Shah‘s — departures from the present.
“They know what they’re doing after they solid, so I believe they’ll be simply high quality,” the previous Bravo star, 41, completely instructed Us Weekly on Thursday, Might 25. “And from what I hear, a number of the new ladies are gonna be nice as nicely.”
The style blogger admitted that Jen, 49, had that particular one thing that makes actuality TV so entertaining. “She brings the glamour, she brings the drama,” Angie instructed Us. “She’s hilarious. I don’t assume lots of people understand how humorous and charismatic she is. And so she’s nice tv, however I do assume that they know what they’re doing in casting and so they know discover huge enjoyable personalities — some a bit of extra delusional than others.”
Bravo hasn’t but made any casting bulletins for season 4, however Jen gained’t return after she pleaded responsible to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. She was sentenced to six.5 years in jail in January and commenced her sentence the next month. In March, her time period was diminished by one yr.
Angie, for her half, initially appeared as a visitor on the primary two seasons of RHOSLC earlier than becoming a member of the solid as a “pal” in season 3. Earlier this month, nevertheless, the true property agent confirmed that she gained’t be returning for season 4 after her son Hart, 4, was identified with autism. (Angie and her husband, Chris Harrington, additionally share sons Rome, 18, and Cole, 15, and he or she is the stepmother of Chris’ two youngsters from a earlier relationship.)
“It’s a bummer, and I do know lots of people really feel the identical means — and I’m certain there’s loads of individuals who can be thrilled I’m not coming again,” Angie instructed Us of her exit. “However Hart is an absolute pleasure in our house. He’s the sunshine of our house. His current autism prognosis has introduced our household quite a bit nearer, and we’re simply working to assist him navigate a neurotypical world one of the best he can.”
Angie nonetheless looks like she made the proper alternative for her household, however she “wrestled with” the choice to depart for months. “It has given me such a platform previously to boost consciousness for my husband’s son, who’s transgender,” she defined. “And I actually admire that platform. That platform is superb.”
The Utah native went on to say that she felt an “obligation” to be there for her pals Heather Homosexual and Meredith Marks as they filmed the present, however they have been “extraordinarily supportive” of her alternative. “After all they have been bummed out, however, however they know household comes first as girls who put their households first,” Angie defined. “Was it arduous? Sure. However as soon as I made that call, it completely felt like the proper factor.”
Requested whether or not she’d ever contemplate returning to RHOSLC, Angie mentioned the door isn’t absolutely closed. “By no means say by no means. It comes with actual challenges,” she instructed Us. “Clearly, the viewers misjudges you and also you get beat up, or individuals love you and assume you’re the best factor on earth. I attempt to not let that play into my life as a result of, in the end, a few of these individuals don’t know me. However on the similar time, it’s arduous while you’re coping with dealing with loads of criticism. …. Proper now I simply must concentrate on my household and get Hart in his packages and his remedy, and as soon as the mud settles, perhaps I’ll rethink if that chance arises.”
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With reporting by Christina Garibaldi