The sweet photo comes after an intense family moment on the season premiere of 'RHOBH'
Garcelle Beauvais shared a sweet moment with her sons and their girlfriends while waiting for trick-or-treaters.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills shared Halloween photos on Instagram Wednesday, dressed in a cozy koala onesie to give out candy in her neighborhood. In one of the photos, she scoots in for a selfie with her twin sons Jax and Jaid, 16, who appear with their girlfriends in the adorable shot.
Beauvais showed off each couple's costume, with Jaid and girlfriend Ashlyn as Bugs and Lola Bunny from Space Jam, and Jax and girlfriend Sienna as a Dalmatian and a firefighter.
"Happy Halloween!!!!!🎃🎃🎃🎃," she captioned the set of photos.
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The twins were part of a focal moment in the season 13 premiere of the reality series, where family time at the beach turned into a serious conversation about Beauvais' relationship with them as a parent.
Jax lamented not having "more freedom," to which his mom said she felt that in his desire for seeking our more independence, he wasn't "letting me parent you."
"That's fair. I understand where you're coming from, that you want to be more of a parent to us. But I needed that two years ago, instead of now," Jax responded. "Most of the parenting and teaching me how to live, I know how to do all of that by myself."
Shocked by the admittance, Beauvais asked where he was, saying that she "wasn't your mom then," to which he agreed. In a later confessional, the mom of three admitted, "Hearing it from him is like a knife to the heart."
In the scene, Jax assures her that his communicating of this isn't malicious, but matter of fact.
"There was times where I think I needed more than you were giving me, in terms of parenting," he explained. "As of now, I don't need that much parenting anymore, that simple. My intention isn't to hurt you, I just think what needs to be said, needs to be said, whether it hurts or not."
Beauvais then apologized to her sons, and Jax apologized in return, adding, "I'm glad both of us can admit fault from the past and mature from that. I think I turned out fine."
Smiling, Garcelle agreed, "I think you're gonna turn out great."
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