‘WWHL’ Interview: Vicki Gunvalson Disses Meghan King Edmonds, Claims Jim Treats Her Like A Child

During a WWHL interview last night, June 15, Vicki Gunvalson discussed her Real Housewives of Orange County co-star, Meghan King Edmonds, who joined the show for Season 10. After a tweeter asked Gunvalson if she felt Edmonds’ husband, Jim, treated her like a child, Gunvalson let her feelings be known.

“Yes, absolutely,” Gunvalson said during her WWHL interview, according to a report by Reality Tea.

In a second apparent diss, Gunvalson didn’t even bother to mention Edmonds by name in her Bravo blog, although she did mention nearly all of the other housewives. For whatever reason, Gunvalson and Edmonds didn’t hit it off, and according to recent interviews, they didn’t make any progress throughout filming on The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 10.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Edmonds spoke of Gunvalson in an interview last week, claiming she and Gunvalson didn’t get along because she called her out on her faults. Speaking to OK! Magazine, via a Radar Online report, Edmonds explained the following.

“I think that Vicki goes around in circles when she talks and she likes to place blame and ask me about who I am and what my family’s about and then change the subject and talk about something personal. I called her out on what she was doing. And I don’t think she liked it, so she came more and more after me … I call out her faults.”

Continuing on in her WWHL interview, Gunvalson told Andy Cohen her boyfriend, Brooks Ayers, and daughter, Briana Culberson, have not made any headway in their relationship. In fact, Gunvalson said they hadn’t had any contact since The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 8 reunion show.

“They haven’t seen each other since 2 1/2 years ago, when we sat on the infamous couch with you, which will never happen again by the way.”

Gunvalson also touched on Shannon and David Beador’s fake eulogies during her WWHL interview, claiming she wasn’t a fan and found it “inappropriate.”

“I didn’t like it. My mom just died. To see them both laying there and doing a eulogy to each other I thought was very inappropriate. I do not want to ever pretend I’m dead and have someone read over me what they would say about me. They were not dead. I don’t think it’s proper marriage counseling.”

Also included in Gunvalson’s WWHL interview was Jenny McCarthy, who took note of the Real Housewives of Orange County star’s new face.

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