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has reached a milestone in her sobriety journey: 500 days without alcohol.
Thestar posted the update on her Instagram page Saturday, sharing an inspirational message for others struggling with their own sobriety alongside a screenshot from a twelve step program app.
"For those of you struggling to get sober, the beginning is definitely the hardest part," she. "The first three months are tough, I can't sugar coat it. However, it gets easier, then it gets amazing. 500 days, today. Five. Hundred."
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"One day at a time... ????" she concluded.
Windham-Burke, 43, revealed that she is an alcoholic during the season 15 premiere of RHOC last year and has been open about her journey to sobriety since. In October, she toldthat the idea of being sober "scared" her for a while.
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"I was scared I wouldn't be fun anymore, that my life was going to be boring. I really thought alcohol made life enjoyable, and that's sad," she admitted.
However, Windham-Burke said she realized she can live her life without alcohol. "Nine months later, I realize that's not true. Honestly, I dance even more now because I can stay awake. I sometimes used to pass out at, like, 7 p.m. because I had been drinking all day. So yeah, I actually have way more fun now," she told the magazine at the time.
Prince William 'doesn't feel trapped' in The Firm, royal author claims
Prince William 'doesn't feel trapped at all' in the royal family and is 'modelling himself on his grandmother the Queen', royal author Penny Junor has claimed, speaking to The Sun.Penny Junor, who penned 'Prince William: The Man Who Will Be King', has criticised Prince Harry after he sensationally claimed his brother the Duke of Cambridge and his father, Prince Charles, are 'trapped' in the system of the British monarchy during a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
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The latest season of RHOC also explored Windham-Burke's sexuality. In December, the reality starand revealed she was dating a woman during a candid interview with .
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During an April episode of the, she opened up to host about having an open marriage with husband Sean Burke after coming out and entering a relationship with girlfriend Kris. The couple share , ranging in age from 2 to 20.
"I had a relationship with a girlfriend that was platonic, but I fell in love with her," Windham-Burke said of Kris, from whom she had. "And a lot of things were happening in my marriage at the time. Sean had someone else in our home, I had feelings for another woman, a lot of things were occurring off-camera at that time. And it basically kind of blew up."
"Sean and I had a very good, long, honest conversation, and I was like, 'I want to be with a woman. This is what I want,'" the Bravo star continued. "We had known that I was bisexual for a long time, but some things had happened ... I was sober, I was doing inventory, and I had, for the first time in my life, been with a woman, sober. ... And I was like, I'm not straight at all. I know this now."
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Princess Michael, 76, makes first appearance since 'blood clot' battle .
In a photo shared to Twitter, Princess Michael of Kent, 76, looked in good spirits at an event in London, her first public outing since reportedly falling ill with blood clots earlier this year.The royal, 76, who is married to the Queen's first cousin Prince Michael of Kent, looked in good spirits as she was presented with a bouquet of flowers at a 'private charity event held in London' on May 25.