She’s single but she’s not ready to mingle.
As the holiday season approaches Taylor Armstrong finds herself alone with her young daughter, following the tragic suicide of her husband this summer, but the one thing she isn’t going to do is start dating again, according to a report in the new issue of Star magazine.
“I’m learning to love myself,” Taylor told Star while volunteering for 1736 Family Crisis Center to assist with donations by La Isla, saying that she’s not concentrating on men right now. “I’m OK being by myself and just being a mom.”
Russell Armstrong hanged himself in August, devastating his estranged wife, and she is not looking to replace him with a new beau anytime soon. Instead, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star said she is focusing on their daughter Kennedy.
“I’ve got to make sure that my little girl is in the best place possible before anything else,” she said. “I am having a blast with my little girl. I need some Taylor time for now.”
Taylor said that she’s also working to help fellow victims of abuse. “I have a domestic violence background from my childhood,” she said and talked about volunteering at shelters. “The subject is something that is very near and dear to me.”
For more details about how Taylor is holding-up, pick up the new issue of Star magazine -- on newsstands Thursday.