D'Andra Simmons Wiki: Everything Age to Husband Details Of The Newbie In Real Housewives Of Dallas
The third season, which is indeed the ninth installment of The Real Housewives franchise, has started airing from 15 August 2018 through the Bravo network, and we hope that the fans of "Real Housewives of Dallas" have already begun shaking up with the arrival of the new season.
With the beginning of the new season of RHOD, we got to witness two new faces: D'Andra Simmons and Kameron Westcott, who may be completely new to the viewers for now.
So, considering the interests of yours, we bring some details of one of the new contestants of the series in this wiki-like bio of her.
D'Andra Simmons Wiki-Like-Bio Including Age & Net Worth
D'Andra Simmons joined the returning cast members Cary Deuber, Stephanie Hollman, Brandi Redmond and LeeAnne Locken with fellow new Housewife Kameron Westcott for this new season of RHOD.
While one of the main casts of the previous season, Tiffany Hendra will show up as a guest in this season; will the two new housewives be able to bring enough drama for this season?
Well, we can ask for even more drama this season, because, the new brunette, D'Andra is a best friend of the controversial brown-headed beauty LeeAnne.
In the most recent episode of Real Housewives of Dallas, the 49-year-old reality star made headlines following her break down on the show after one of her co-stars LeeaAnne Locken suggested that she had drinking problems.
D'Andrea consoled by her other co-stars after LeeAnne's comments (Photo:- dailymail.co.uk)
Born on March 15, 1969, in one of the major cities in Texas called Dallas, D'Andra Simmons in now 48 in age. She belongs to a wealthy family, which is indeed one of the most prominent families of the city.
Her father, Glenn Simmons is a self-made millionaire while her mother, Dee Simmons is a breast cancer survivor, who actively runs a profitable company; Ultimate Living Nutritional Supplements, dealing in nutrition products.
D'Andra, age 49, is a Dallas socialite and a businesswoman, who followed her mother's footsteps. She is the CEO and founder of Hard Night Good Morning natural skin care line. Likewise, she also spearheads her mother's company.
Before she took over the helm at Hard Night Good Morning America, she worked at the prestigious Hayward Luxury. Early in 2004, before joining the family business, she was pursuing a career in politics in Washington, D.C.
The businesswoman, who is also a reality star now, accumulates a decent net worth of $3 million.
Real Housewives Of Dallas Star & Her Husband's Secret Wedding; Divorce Bound?
Talking about the marital life, D'Andra is a happily married to Jeremy Lock, a photojournalist and retired military officer by profession.
For his services, Jeremy was awarded the revered Bronze Star Medal. Likewise, he has been honored with the Military Photojournalist of the Year award for a total of seven times.
Their wedding ceremony took place in February 2014, and are currently co-parenting two children, namely Keatin and Koen.
Back in 2017, she put up an Instagram post - featuring her and her husband, Jeremy - revealing the interest of the family; which is traveling new places. D'Andra wrote:
"Today I enjoyed a beautiful hike with my husband, Keatin, Koen and Mom & Dad Lock! Such a fun family time together in SC! #familytime #hiking #southcarolina#photojournalistswife #naturesbeauty"
Despite Keratin and Koen being her husband's children from a previous marriage, the RHOD star treats them like her own.
As for the divorce rumors, D'Andra and her husband are far from getting one. As a matter of fact, the duo couldn't be happier with each other.
D'Andra and her husband attending an industry event (Photo:- dailymail.co.uk)
That said, D'Andra hasn't always enjoyed a healthy relationship. About a decade ago, she found herself in an abusive relationship and the trauma from the said relationship still haunts her today.
Talking to Fox 4, the 49-year-old went into graphic detail while explaining an incident involving her and then-lover. She quipped:
“He broke my fingers, he fractured my skull, I had internal bleeding. At the end of the time, I remember saying to him, I said, ‘I can’t do this anymore.’ I tried to call out, and all the phones, he destroyed all the phones."
Later in the interview, D'Andra urged the victims of domestic violence to "get out" and seek counseling.
From dating an abusive partner to her marriage to caring husband now, the RHOD sure has come a long way!