Despite what you may have heard in various tabloids, the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star has still yet to dive back into the dating pool one year following the shocking death of her estranged husband Russell — but for the first time really since dealing with that tragedy in an extremely public way, she is starting to look towards the future.
Speaking to The Huffington Post about having such a public life, Armstrong suggested that for her, trying to find Mr. Right comes secondary to first and foremost making sure that her daughter Kennedy is in a good place with the person that she is with:
“My little girl is doing great … I want to be healthy, mentally and physically, for her. I’m not dating, I am actually feeling like it’s time for me to get back out there and find happiness. I want my little girl to see what a healthy relationship looks like. My story is so public, there is no mystery about me. All any man needs to do is read my book [‘Hiding From Reality’]. It’s going to be a problem dating. Dating for me is going to be a strange experience, but at same time there will be no surprises for anyone that signs on.”
As of late, Armstrong has really been too busy filming season 3 of her hit Bravo series to probably even worry too much about finding a man. The show takes up more of your personal life and is more work than most viewers actually imagine, even if most of the footage appears to be superficially the “Housewives” all spending time together in a social setting. However, it has brought so much great exposure to these women that they say it is far worth it — and Taylor has even said that the show ended up saving her life in many ways since it forced something to give in her abusive relationship.
Would you like to see Taylor date on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” or do you think this is something that should be done privately? If you want to check out some more scoop on season 3, be sure to check out the story here.