Her reality TV costar and friend Kathy Hilton gushed over Beauvais’ achievement, commenting, “So proud of you.💕🌟❤️🥰.”
Not everyone from the Bravo series, however, appeared to be excited to read Beauvais’ memoir, which highlights her journey from Haiti to New York City to become a model before pursuing a career in Hollywood.
“Garcelle, even though you unfollowed me I’m sure you’ll see this,” Jayne, 50, captioned a video of her costar’s new book in the garbage via her Instagram Story.
“It was something that I didn’t like, and it also didn’t really align with who I am,” Beauvais told Us at the time. “For me, I wanna follow people that [when] you’re seeing their feed, you wanna follow them. You wanna like them. You want to cheer them on, and I just didn’t wanna do that. I didn’t wanna see it.”
The Caught in His Web star teased to Us that the RHOBH girls’ trip to Aspen, Colorado, earlier this year may have played a part in her rift with Jayne. The getaway was “off the chain,” Beauvais revealed, adding, “That’s all I’m saying. I don’t know how we pack so much in three days.”
While the tension between Beauvais and Jayne appears to be at an all-time high, that wasn’t always the case, according to the Jamie Foxx Show alum’s memoir. In fact, Beauvais detailed her first impression of Jayne and a few other costars in the book.
She also got real about her two divorces, three sons and why it was a “calculated risk” to become RHOBH’s first Black cast member during season 10 of the series.
Love Me As I Am is out now. Scroll through for the biggest takeaways: