Vanderpump Rules star Brock Davies emotionally spoke about the difficulties in seeing his children from his first marriage while on a podcast with Scheana Shay. Davies admitted to having a toxic relationship with his ex-wife and opened up about his mental health and desire to establish better relationships with his children. He wants to rebuild trust after taking time off and maintain a good communication with the children’s mother and stepfather.
Vanderpump Rules star Brock Davies gets emotional discussing his relationship with his kids from his first marriage, and his efforts to mend that relationship.
Vanderpump Rules star Brock Davies recently made an appearance on his wife Scheana Shay’s podcast. During the episode, Davies became very emotional while giving an update on his two children from his first marriage. He revealed that his past actions had caused trauma to his kids here needed to mend. He plans to continue to show up for his children and demonstrate that he wants to be the best dad he can be.
Before his marriage to Shay, Davies had a son and a daughter with his ex-wife. Although the situation between himself and his ex was “toxic,” he expressed a desire to build a better relationship with his children’s mother and stepdad.
Davies shared that his relationship with his ex-wife and children is challenging and will take time to heal, as his children ranging in age from preschool to high school. He also acknowledged that his decision in the past had led to the family needing to press a domestic violence order on him, which has further complicated the situation. However, he is committed to paying child support and staying in regular communication with his ex-wife, hoping for a better future relationship.
During the podcast, Davies showed his raw emotion and talked about the tough balancing act he must endure when dealing with the consequences of his past actions while striving for trust and healing. Shay was supportive as Davies became emotional and expressed his desire to fight hard but realized he needs to keep doing what he is doing for the sake of his children.