Teddy Mellencamp looked like she was having fun when she took her daughter for a quick stroll to Grocery Story Sunday in LA.
The 41-year-old, who has been battling skin cancer, was covered in a light blue T-shirt and laughed matching joggers as she pushed her daughter, Dove, three, in an outdoor stroller.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum wore a white plaid hat over her blonde hair, which was styled in a low ponytail.
The wellness guru appears to be wearing natural makeup with pale pink lips.
Teddy wore a tan Gucci fanny pack around her waist.
FUN: Teddy Mellencamp, 41, looked like she was having fun as she shared a laugh with her daughter, Dove, 3, on a quick stroll to Grocery Cut Sunday in LA
Dove looked gorgeous in a white blazer and denim jacket.
The little girl was wearing pink sunglasses and blue sneakers while out for a walk with her mom.
Even though she’s no longer on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Teddy revealed that rather than tearing her marriage apart, being on the show brought her closer to her husband.
In a very personal conversation on Two Ts in a pod podcast On March 26, Teddy and Tamara Judge co-host invited Edwin Arroyo, 45, and Tamara’s husband Eddie, 46, to join them for an episode titled “Keep Calm and Go to Vegas (With Your Husband).”
Teddy, who shares three children, Slate, 10, Cruz, seven, and Dove, as well as stepdaughter Isabella, 13, with the founder of Skyline Security Management, said fertility issues created a power imbalance in their marriage.
And when she joined RHOBH, she was afraid she would soon announce a breakup.
The couple got married in 2011 after a whirlwind relationship.
“When we first started (on RHOBH),” Teddy remembers. “I remember my first day honestly being like ‘F**k, at what point do I tell everyone I’m getting a divorce?'” Like when do I do this?
COVERED: The reality star, who’s been battling skin cancer, wears a blue sweatshirt, matching sweatpants, plaid hat, and sneakers while pushing a stroller outdoors
Teddy said the problems began when she couldn’t conceive and began undergoing infertility treatments, including in vitro fertilization.
“We were always equal when we were together,” she explained.
“I rode horses, I was competitive, I was all of those things.”
“Then all of a sudden, he was in charge of our finances, and I wasn’t like that before,” she said.
I didn’t have my own money, I’ve been working since I was 17 years old.
Then I started to hate him.
Personal revelation: On the March 26 episode of her Two Ts podcast, Teddy revealed that rather than tearing her marriage apart, her presence on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has brought her closer to her husband; Seen in the year 2022
She claimed the show gave her “the confidence to go ‘Teddy, You Get Your Life Back’.”
“And once I start to love myself again, we can start to love each other, because when I don’t love myself, we don’t love each other.”
Edwin agreed, saying, “When you go to the show, all of a sudden, eyes and ears are everywhere, and it makes you realize what’s important in life.”
“When you’re actually working on your marriage, you’re reminded of how much you love it.”
SPLIT: Teddy, who has been married to Edwin Arroyo, 45, since 2011, said infertility issues created a power struggle in their marriage. “I remember my first day honestly being like, ‘F–ck, at what point do I tell everyone I’m getting a divorce?'” (Pictured in Los Angeles in January 2020)
Paternity: The couple are now parents to Dove, Slate, 10, Cruz, seven, and Edwin’s daughter Isabella, 13. Realize what’s important in life” (pictured in Inglewood, Calif. in December 2019)