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Meghan Edmonds Didn’t Invite Shannon Beador To Her Charity Event

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During Monday night’s episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County, Shannon Beador was shocked to learn she wasn’t being invited to Meghan Edmond’s charity event because of their fight in Napa. Tamra broke the news to Shannon when they were out to dinner with Vicki Gunvalson.

“I haven’t gotten an invite yet,” Shannon told Tamra and Vicki as they were discussing the event. “Did you get an official invitation?”

“She called me today,” Tamra shared, as a clip is shown of Meghan explaining she couldn’t deal with Shannon’s unpredictability. “She’s not inviting you.”

Shannon confesses, “This whole thing is ridiculous. Meghan needs to grow up! It’s an insult. It’s very judgmental. Very immature. Very uncharitable.”

“So now I’m banned from her home?” Shannon asks the girls. “And it’s a charity? True colors are showing. It’s a real shame, because I have the wine already picked out. I had it all ready. I actually went and bought a dress. I’ll have to cancel my hair appointment and everything tomorrow. This is what 30 year-olds do, they don’t think it though. It’s about the charity. It’s not about me, it’s not about you.”

Vicki shows her loyalty to Shannon by deciding that she won’t attend the event because Shannon was not invited.

Watch the show highlight below.

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Photo Credit: Bravo

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