Shannon Beador Reveals Current State Of Her Marriage, Addresses Alcoholic Claims


Shannon Beador appeared on Watch What Happens Live Monday night after a new episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County, and after she revealed on the show that she received a letter from her husband David saying he wants to move out of the house, viewers had a lot of questions for Shannon about her marriage.

When asked if she believes she’s too hard on her husband, Shannon said, “Absolutely, it’s tough to watch,” Shannon admits. “I realize that nagging and complaining isn’t going to get me what I want in my relationship with my husband. So I’ve absolutely made adjustments, and it’s been good.”

Shannon also addressed accusations that she has a drinking problem. “When I drink, I drink a shot of Grey Goose and I put Pellegrino in it and I make about two or three drinks out of a shot. So everyone that thinks I’m drinking straight vodka all the time, I’m not. I actually dilute the drinks and I don’t drink that much.”

Andy also asked Shannon why she decided to join the show, and she candidly answered, “I know it might sound crazy but I thought it would be a great experience to watch little snips of my life played back and say ok, ‘I’m doing this well, I’m not.’ You learn from it. I think it’s working out for me, because I’ve absolutely made changes. And I’ve seen things I’ve done well and I see things I need to work on… a lot.”

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