Taylor Armstrong’s daughter has grown a lot since fans last saw her on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
On January 29, the former reality star shared a photo of her 13-year-old daughter Kennedy, and a friend standing in front of what appeared to be a Christmas tree.
Right away, a number of her fans and followers began weighing in about how much she’s grown over the past several years.
“Omg [Taylor Armstrong] she is so big now!!!! Beautiful just like you darling,” one person said.
— Taylor Armstrong (@TaylorArmstrong) January 30, 2020
One of the people who responded to Taylor’s photo was her former co-star, Camille Grammer.
“She is beautiful! Happy BDay Kennedy,” Camille wrote.
As fans will recall, Taylor and Camille were two of the six original cast members of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
The rest of the cast consisted of Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, Adrienne Maloof, and Kim Richards.
Throughout her time on the show, Taylor was seen alongside her daughter and her late ex-husband Russell Armstrong, who committed suicide in 2011.
While appearing on the podcast of divorce attorney Laura Wasser’s podcast, Divorce Sucks in March of last year, Taylor admitted that when it came to Kennedy’s thoughts on her late father, she wasn’t missing him after his untimely suicide nearly 10 years ago.
“I was saying, ‘Do you miss daddy?’ And she said, ‘No. N-O,'” Taylor recalled from a past conversation she had with her daughter.
At the time of Russell’s passing, he and Taylor were separated and planning for divorce.
After being told by Kennedy that she didn’t miss her dad, Taylor attempted to remind her of the good times they had as a family with Russell.
Still, Kennedy was insistent that she did not miss him as she associated him with only bad times.
“She waited for a minute and then she said, ‘Why would you miss a boy who screamed at you all the time?'” Taylor explained.
At the time of Russell’s death, Kennedy was just five-years-old and Taylor had filed for divorce one month prior.
Three years after Russell’s death, Taylor married attorney John Bluher at the Bel-Air Bay Club in Pacific Palisades, California.
“Today, John, Kennedy and I became a family,” she told PEOPLE magazine at the time. “I married my best friend and Kennedy’s family circle became complete.”
During Taylor and John’s ceremony, she was walked down the aisle by Kennedy, who was eight-years-old at the time, as over 100 guests, including Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars Kim Richards, Kyle Richards, Adrienne Maloof and Lisa Vanderpump, looked on.
Taylor was a featured cast member on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills from season one until season three and continued to appear as a guest until season seven. Since then, a number of new cast members have been added to the show, including Denise Richards, Sutton Stracke and Garcelle Beauvais.
Just months ago, Lisa Vanderpump, who quit the series in June 2019, admitted to feeling concerned about how Sutton and Garcelle would fit in with the returning members of the cast.