Former The Real Housewives of Orange County star Meghan King Edmonds is enduring her husband Jim Edmonds' ugly cheating scandal.
Meghan opened up about her feelings, and her former castmates are sending their sympathies.
Even Vicki Gunvalson feels for her -- despite having once predicted the collapse of the Edmonds marriage.
On Friday, Meghan spoke out about her husband's affair, confirming everything despite his denials.
"I’m sad," she tweeted alongside a link. "I’ve written about it in my blog."
"I’m so sorry," Vicki Gunvalson wrote in response. "You are right, YOU did not deserve this."
Some were surprised to see such a heartfelt and sympathetic message from Vicki.
After all, this is the woman who once predicted to Meghan's face that her marriage was doomed to not last very long.
Meghan joked about passing Vicki's predicted threshold a couple of years ago, and Vicki shared that she had retracted her assessment.
As we reported on Saturday, Meghan King Edmonds no longer trusts her husband.
This isn't tabloid speculation -- she said as much in her own words.
"I found out the same way you guys did: in the tabloids," Meghan revealed on her blog.
"I never left a voicemail for the other woman," she shared.
"I called Jimmy and he confessed to me that he had exchanged lewd photos with this woman over the course of several months," Meghan wrote.
"And," she added, Jim told her that "a physical relationship never existed."
Meghan writes that Jim told her that "He paid her off to protect me so I’d never find out."
"Do I believe him?" she asks. "I don’t know. Because I don’t trust him anymore."
"Physical or not, he still had an affair," Meghan explains. "And he admits this to me."
"I refuse to be humiliated by this," she affirms.
"I did nothing wrong, I don’t deserve this," Meghan correctly writes.
"I did nothing except be pregnant with our twins," she reasons. "And try to have a healthy pregnancy."
"So what is so broken in him to propel him to do this to me? To us?" Meghan asks.
"It wasn’t one mistake," she characteriszes "One lapse in judgement."
"I saw the texts – each one represents his decision to throw our marriage in the trash," she writes.
"Why did he self-sabotage?" Meghan asks. "And who sends nudies?"
It's not clear if she's correctly shaming people for sending nudes while married, or incorrectly shaming people for sending nudes period.
(For the record, they're called nudes, not nudies, and almost everyone on the planet sends them)
"Doesn’t everyone know better than this in 2019?" Meghan asks. "What drives someone to self-destruct in such a way?"
"And all of this could not have come at a worse time," Meghan writes.
"Again, something I wasn’t ready to share but here I am sharing it," she adds.
Meghan announces: "we are worried our son, Hart, might have a neurological disorder."
"It’s been the most trying last couple months of my entire life and we still don’t have answers," Meghan laments.
"Sometimes I leave the house after the kids go to bed so I can drive around and ugly cry in the dark with no one around," she confesses.
"Now I have this to deal with," Meghan bemoans. "My one true love betraying me in the most disgusting and public way possible."
"I do not fault any other person except my husband," she emphasizes. "There are so many people out there with bad intentions."
"And it’s our responsibility to ignore and rise above," Meghan correctly states. "One slimy person doesn’t make another person cheat."
In other words, she's not pushing any "homewrecker" BS.
"Ultimately," Meghan expresses in her blog post. "I have hope our marriage can recover."
Vicki wasn't the only former castmate to send Meghan well wishes.
"Healing takes time," Tamra Judge writes. "My heart hurts for you Meg. Wish I could give you a big hug."
"Thinking of you Meg. Love you," comments Lizzie Rovsek.
Gretchen Rossi expresses: "I’m so sorry you are going through this. Sending you all healing prayers."
We, too, wish Meghan and her children the absolute best.