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Briana Culberson shared an update on her pregnancy on Instagram this week, noting that she recently had a health issue while expecting her fourth child.
“Thank you for all the kind words and messages! I went through some serious medical problems and spent about 2 weeks in the hospital. I’m home now with the family and recovering. Baby and I are safe!” Vicki Gunvalson’s daughter wrote on Instagram Stories on Wednesday (December 22) via the Keto Culbersons account, where she shares her experience with the Keto diet with followers. “I won’t be answering any questions about my health which is private, but I will be resharing all my food/supplements again as I rebuild my strength and health back.”
The Real Housewives of Orange County alum Vicki reposted the message to her Instagram Stories, adding “Best news ever.” The update on Briana comes after the family first posted on Instagram about the “two of the hardest weeks our family has ever been through” last week without giving any other details.
Around Thanksgiving, Vicki got in some quality time with her family and shared a sweet Instagram with her grandsons. “Having a great family dinner,” she shared while in Illinois where Briana and her family live. She also shared a sweet update on her life as a mom. “This is where I’ll be hosting Briana and Ryan’s baby shower to celebrate their upcoming baby girl due in March. #family #mygrandsons #happy.”
Briana confirmed she is expecting baby No. 4 back in August, adding later on that “we are over the moon excited, as are our children and the rest of our family.” It was later confirmed that Briana is expecting a baby girl; she’s already a mom to three sons, Hank, Troy, and Owen. She is due this March.
Before sharing the big news that her family is growing over the summer, Briana appeared on a special episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen in which she shared an update on her career as a nurse and how patients react to seeing her. “Sometimes it’s hard as a nighttime ER nurse for people to come to the ER at 2:30 in the morning and see me as their nurse,” Briana said on the show earlier this year. “And some people are a little shocked, and I have to remind them that this is my real job, and that’s just something that my family did.”
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