It’s all love. Brandi Glanville missed Thanksgiving with ex-husband Eddie Cibrian and their sons, but LeAnn Rimes gave her a shout.
“‘We can be said to be alive only in the moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures.’ —Thornton Wilder, the “Can’t Fight the Moonlight” singer, 40, shared via Instagram on Thursday, Nov. 24, along with a family selfie.
She added: “@brandiglanville we missed you.”
That Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 50, replied: “Happy Thanksgiving! So thankful for you all. #modernfamily ❤️.” Rimes sent a red heart emoji back to her spouse’s ex.
Glanville shared the photo to her own Instagram account, explaining that her absence was simply about protecting everyone’s health.
“Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I missed my Modern Family today as I’m home in bed with a cold. Love these people 💗💗,” Glanville wrote on Thursday.
The hot posts may be surprising to fans who only remember their rocky start. Glanville was married to Cibrian, 49, from 2001 to 2010 and the end of their marriage raised eyebrows as Us Weekly broke the news that he and Rimes were having an affair in March 2009.
The “What I Cannot Change” singer was married to Dean Sheremet back then. Rimes split from her ex shortly after the news broke, and it Take two The actor filed for divorce from Glanville in August 2009.
Rimes and Cibrian wed less in April 2011, and the pair were in a long-running feud with Glanville for more than five years. However, the trio worked on co-parenting Cibrian and Glanville’s sons, Mason, 19, and Jake, 15, and put their problems aside.
In April, Rimes opened up about her love for Drinking and dating author. “Oh, I love her! I mean it. I love her. We get along really well. She’s funny. We have a great time every holiday,” Rimes exclusively shared U.S at the 2022 CMT Music Awards in April. “We are connected through the boys and we have a lot of respect for each other.”
Glanville had revealed a similar fondness when she appeared on the “Hollywood Raw” podcast in June 2021. “Honestly, I think we both [have] grown quite a bit and we love both of Eddie’s parents. We both love children,” she said at the time.
She explained that they usually spend holidays, including Thanksgiving and Christmas, together and they have accepted that they are connected forever. “Eddie is going to be in my life for the rest of my life. We still fight like we’re married when we’re not. We’re like sister wives. It’s me and LeAnn and Eddie,” Glanville joked.