One of the reasons to watch Season 2 of The Real Housewives of Dallas is new cast member D’Andra Simmons. The former bodybuilder has a past with frenemies LeeAnne Locken and Cary Deuber, and she brings her hot husband and entrepreneurial mother to the show, too. D’Andra’s husband of three years is Jeremy Lock, a retired Master Sergeant in the U.S. Air Force whose career as a professional photojournalist allows him and D’Andra to travel the world together.
D’Andra’s mother, Dee Simmons, is the founder of the nutritional supplement company, Ultimate Living, which also produces the Dee Simmons skin care line which includes Miracle Moisturizer and Eye Firming Crème. (D’Andra has her own skin care line, Hard Night Good Morning, link above.) Dee Simmons, a cancer survivor, is also the author of four books including Ultimate Living: How to Triumph Over Cancer and Reclaim Your Life (1999) and It’s a Miracle! It’s a Green Miracle… & It Saved My Life! (2004). Dee Simmons is the widow of Glenn Simmons who died in 2013. The Real Housewives of Dallas airs Monday at 10pm on Bravo, right after the Real Housewives of Orange County.
Missing my Daddy today, but so proud of the legacy he left in our city and especially at our church, First Baptist Dallas, that he loved so much. He was a mentor and advisor to so many, and he always let Mom and me shine. He never wanted to be in the spotlight, and he was the epitome of the type of person that our pastor was preaching about today in his sermon…humble! I still have a lot to learn from Daddy, but I am proud that I had a Dad who taught with his actions and not only his words. Mom and I are standing in the Dee and Glenn Simmons Foyer at our church by their photo. #ilovemydad #christianfather #christianhusband #prayingdad #love #family #mentor #advisor #friendtomany #blessed #firstbaptistdallas ❤️❤️💗💗✝️✝️ Wearing @rachelzoe from @shoptootsies 😍😍
Mom and me after lunch in the Executive Dining Room at DOC with one of my #besties Loretta Solon Greene at my old stomping grounds when I was an intern at Department of Commerce under Secretary Mossbacher. Those were the days! I lived in a basement apartment in Georgetown. #funtimes #collegelife #internship #georgetown