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Pot Or Kettle? Tamra Gives Meghan Parenting Advice Amid Her Own Custody Battle: You're A Stepmom, 'Act Like It'

Tamra Judge Meghan King Edmonds Parenting Advice

Aug. 13 2015, Updated 6:45 p.m. ET

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Despite being in the middle of a nasty custody battle, Tamra Judge isn't afraid to tell RHOC newcomer Meghan King Edmonds a thing or two about parenting.

During the girls' recent getaway to Tahiti, Meghan was scrutinized for wanting husband Jim Edmonds' kids to be her own. In a heated conversation over cocktails, Vicki Gunvalson and Tamra Judge were quick to criticize Edmonds' desire to be the biological mother of her step children, saying she should know her place as the "new wife."

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In her latest Bravo blog entry, Judge stood by her harsh comments.

"There are a lot of rules to being a good step parent," she wrote. "One of them is...YOU'RE NOT their mother so don't act like it, acting like it is only going to cause resentment and confusion on both ends."

"I felt that she was crossing the line with some of her comments and suggested that if she had such strong feelings that she should have her own children with Jimmy," Judge continued.

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However, the fitness guru is in the midst of her own parental conundrum, filing for custody of her estranged daughter Sydney, 16.

As previously reported, Judge had already faced off against ex Simon Barney in a nasty custody fight over their three children.

Do you think Tamra has the right to judge Meghan's parenting techniques? Let us know what you think in the comments below!



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