Real Housewives Star Bev Steyn on Finding Healing in Her Truth, Fans and Sisterhood

Reality TV personality Beverley Steyn has a lot to say as she discusses how her followers have helped her heal.

The Real Housewives of Cape Town actress recently returned to television during the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip, following a dramatic departure from the show with unanswered questions.

However, the reality TV star returned to the show with the goal of speaking her truth and using the platform to bring attention to the unseen problems that many women experience.

“I returned because my side of the story needs to be shared, and I believe that my story can help other women who have been in similar situations because it is often unheard.

“You do not hear a lot of people speak about it but it is something that a lot of people have gone through,” according to Steyn.

According to Steyn, while she may not have been able to fully tell her tale as she had hoped, there were moments throughout her Ultimate Girls Trip experience when glimpses of her reality were conveyed.

Steyn also revealed that she has learned a lot from the show throughout her two seasons as a housewive. The most important thing she’s learnt is the value of accepting diversity and understanding.

“The show has taught me so many things, but the most important is how to embrace diverse cultures and personalities. It has also taught me to be more compassionate and to understand things through the eyes of others, since we have all experienced grief, and this has elevated me as a woman,” added Steyn.

She also stated that living your truth in public can be both liberating and challenging, but that her time on the show has been a strong impact for self-discovery and self-acceptance.

“The love that I have received from being a housewife has been fantastic, and it has helped me heal so much. My followers have helped me heal by showing me love, and they make me laugh and enjoy life without being so serious,” she said.

Steyn explained that embarking on Ultimate Girls Trip was more than just another reality TV opportunity for her; it was a chance to expose the real Bev, free of the baggage and the anguish that surrounded her time on The Real Housewives of Cape Town.

She confronted hurdles of negotiating tough talks with empathy and bravery, realizing the value of sharing her story to not only heal herself but also provide support for people going through similar circumstances.

“I wanted the viewers to realize who Bev truly is. “I didn’t get to fully express myself on The Real Housewives of Cape Town because I was going through a lot behind the scenes,” Steyn explained.

Her friendships with Nonku, Lethabo, Liz, and LaC are founded on mutual respect, understanding, and unshakable support.

“I feel like I have built a strong sisterhood with the ladies and I feel like I can pick up the phone and speak to them about anything at any time,” according to Steyn.

She also maintains that her relationship with Christall was only a passing acquaintance previous to their participation in The Real Housewives franchise.

“The implication that she was somehow instrumental in securing my position on the show is a falsity that needs to be rectified,” she explained.

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