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‘Pioneer Woman’ Ree Drummond Suffers ‘Difficult Loss’

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May. 29 2018, Published 5:25 p.m. ET

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Ree Drummond is currently suffering a ‘difficult loss,’ RadarOnline.com can report.

According to the Food Network star’s social media announcements, Ree is mourning from the loss of her mother-in-law, Nan Drummond.

She opened up about the heartbreak on her notorious lifestyle blog on Monday.

“It’s a difficult loss for our family, as she was such a rock for all of us,” said the reality TV chef. “We all had some time to prepare for this, though I’ve found over the course of the past few days that nothing really prepares you for losing someone who is so much a part of the fabric of your family’s daily life.”

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As Radar readers know, Drummond is a Pawhuska, Oklahoma transplant from Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The lifestyle blogger often boasts about the laidback lifestyle she lives on a ranch with her cowboy husband, Ladd.

Ree admitted her mother-in-law was a “quiet, steady force” in the family. She admitted she sees a bit of her in each of her children.

The reality TV star has had a year of ups and downs, Radar has learned. Earlier this year, the chef came under fire for allegedly supporting the mass slaughter of horses.

Drummond similarly suffered another tragic loss back in 2012 when her relative was found dead in a hotel after psychotic episodes, Radar reported.

Ree said her family plans to honor Nan later this week.

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