There’s a new favorite housewife in town and she’s using her voice for good! “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” fans are bowing down to newbie Sutton Stracke after the 49-year-old spoke out about change on Monday. While she’s been vocal about her support for Black Lives Matter, this time, she addressed the importance of protecting the ocean on World Ocean Day. Talking about her love for the water, Sutton’s followers applauded her for using her voice just days after her co-star Dorit Kemlsey was slammed for not using hers.
Posting several photos of herself enjoying the open water, Sutton Stracke wrote, “My whole life I’ve been a beach girl. I am so grateful to have spent my life with family and friends enjoying our oceans.” Addressing the importance of protecting them, the “RHOBH” star urged her followers to fight and keep them clean. “We must not take them for granted. @oceana has a wealth of info. Happy #worldoceansday Let’s keep our ocean and planet healthy!”
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Fans immediately filled up her comments by sending encouraging words her way. “I appreciate how you use your platform ? ✨,” one person wrote. “This is why you’re already my favorite housewife!” added another. “I adore you! Such a breath of fresh air on RHOBH!” shared a third. Sutton Stracke’s fanbase continues to grow with “RHOBH” viewers floored with her outspoken, yet charmed self. Most recently, she threw everyone for a loop when she divulged that her biggest fear about online dating is getting kidnapped and sold into sex slavery.
While many fans could totally relate, some reminded her that she’s past her prime for the underground sex trade. Sutton may be the most popular housewife on the Beverly Hills block, especially now that fans aren’t happy with Dorit Kemsley. The blonde bombshell was slammed over the weekend after being accused of flaunting her “white privilege.” She later addressed the issue by posting a Black Lives Matter post. Sharing several playful photos with her children and discussing their innocence, Dorit Kemsley did damage control and wrote, “It is in our hands to create a better society for them than the one we grew up in. #BLM.”