Heather Dubrows youngest child comes out as transgender

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Heather Dubrow has announced that her youngest child is transgender.

The “Real Housewives of Orange County” star, 54, shared a picture on Instagram Saturday of a beach with the name “Ace” written in sand, along with a sweet message to her 12-year-old son.

Dubrow — who also shares twins Nick and Max, 19, and daughter Kat, 16, with her husband, Terry Dubrow — was sent lots of supportive comments from people online.

Andy Cohen, who executive produces the “Real Housewives” franchises, commented,👏👏👏👏👏👏.”

Former “RHOC” star Alexis Bellino wrote, “We love you Ace!!!!!!! 🙌🙌❤️❤️❤️.”

“Best. Mom. Ever. There is no greater gift you can give to your child then loving them for exactly who they are,” commented a supporter.

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“Every child deserves unconditional acceptance. Thank you for setting such a wonderful example,” another wrote.

“Ace is so incredibly lucky to have you as his parents ❤️,” said a third advocate.

In 2020, Heather celebrated her eldest daughter, Max, coming out as bisexual.

Then, two years later, the “That’s Life” alum announced that her other daughter, Kat, is a lesbian.

“Kat decided to drop in our family group text, ‘By the way, I’m a lesbian,’” Heather told People in February 2022. “I didn’t see it, and I was mad because the dogs pooped in the house, so I wrote back, ‘Who let the dogs poop in the house?’ It was a total mom fail, and they’ve never let me forget that.”

Kat revealed at the time that her parents were supportive of her since coming out.

“She’s asked me trillions of questions that really show she cares,” the teen told the magazine of her Heather, adding, “She’s asked me about my pronouns. It’s really easy to talk to her. It’s not like I have to build up courage if I have something to tell her.”

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