RHOP star Wendy Osefo rushes 2-year-old daughter to the emergency room

RHOP star Wendy Osefo rushes 2-year-old daughter to the emergency room

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“The Real Housewives of Potomac” star Wendy Osefo rushed her 2-year-old daughter Kamrynn to the hospital on Thursday morning for an unknown condition.

The Bravo star took to social media to explain the emergency trip was the reason she had to suddenly cancel her appearance on “The Real.”

“One minute I’m headed to LA to be a guest on @therealdaytime and the next minute I have to rush my daughter to the Emergency Room,” Osefo wrote on Instagram Thursday alongside a photo of her holding her daughter in the hospital.

Osefo, 37, didn’t specify why Kamrynn was rushed to the hospital, but she did share that her condition has improved.

“Thankful that my @kamrynnkapri is making a full recovery, but spending a week in the ICU really puts life in perspective,” Osefo added.

The “RHOP” star thanked the doctors and nurses in the Pediatric ICU for taking care of her family. “God is a healer,” she wrote.

Osefo shares three children with her husband, Eddie Osefo: Karter, 8, Kruz, 6, and Kamrynn, 2.

The mom of three also shared her gratitude towards co-star Ashley Darby for appearing on “The Real” without her. The “RHOP” cast participated in a “take over” this week on the daytime talk show, and Osefo was set to co-appear with Darby.

Osefo joined “RHOP” in 2020.

“I know some of the ladies. We run in similar social circles, and I sit on some of the same nonprofit boards,” Osefo told the Washington Post in August 2020. “Since that was the case, it was a very organic relationship, and I was approached to do the show.” 

Besides stirring the pot on the show, Osefo is an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins and a political analyst on TV.

“The Real Housewives of Potomac” airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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