“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Taylor Armstrong is putting her life back together after the tragic suicide of her estranged husband, Russell Armstrong.Story: 'Housewife' had to tell daughter her father died
“Day by day things are getting easier,” Taylor told Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robinson on Wednesday during a visit to the set of Ciroc and Bravo’s New Year’s Eve commercial, promoting an upcoming Dec. 31 event involving various “Real Housewives” franchise stars in Houston, Miami, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
Taylor will actually make one of her first major appearances since the August tragedy, over New Year’s Eve at the Ciroc/Bravo event.Story: 'Housewives' stars: Photos of abuse 'shocking'
“It was something that I had decided to do a while before the tragedy occurred,” Taylor explained of how her participation in the event came about. “I wanted to honor that commitment; it was important to me.
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“I do have to get on with my life at some point,” she continued. “At that point, it will have been quite some time. I feel like New Year’s Eve is a time for new beginnings, and a time to set goals for the future. I think that’s a good landmark for me.”Story: Do children ever belong on reality TV?
For more of our exclusive interview with Taylor Armstrong, including how she told her daughter the tragic news about Russell, tune into Access Hollywood on Thursday night.
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