In a candid revelation, Caroline Gaultier, eminent star of the reality TV show 'Real Housewives of Sydney', has opened up about her mother's cancer diagnosis which unfolded during the show's filming. The news was shared on the popular podcast 'theRHOSofficial' hosted by Joel Creasey, where Caroline delved into her mother's illustrious past as a renowned actress and journalist back in Prague, and her staunch decision to spend her remaining years without opting for cancer treatment.
Living and Dying in Show Business
Caroline was faced with a difficult decision - to keep this deeply personal moment private or to share it with the public on the show. After seeking her mother's counsel, she chose to publicize it. This decision was profoundly influenced by her mother's philosophy of living and dying in the realm of show business. Despite honoring her mother's wishes, Caroline confessed to the emotional struggle of coming to terms with her mother's impending demise.
Interpersonal Dynamics on 'RHOS'
Furthermore, Caroline commented on the interpersonal dynamics amongst her fellow castmates on 'RHOS', particularly highlighting an incident that occurred during a trip to Tokyo. The trip, organized by Terry Biviano, was intended as a diversion for Caroline amidst her mother's health crisis. However, it spiraled into a heated confrontation between Terry Biviano and Krissy Marsh, centered around the nature of their friendship. Caroline chose to remain neutral during this argument.
Reality Show Drama vs Life-and-Death Matters
Sharing her perspective on the show's drama, Caroline perceived it as insignificant compared to matters of life and death. The podcast release coincides with the airing of new episodes of 'RHOS' on the streaming service BINGE, which was also promoted during the podcast along with its free trial offer. The content also contained unrelated teasers for other reality TV shows and an extract from a book.