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The youngest member of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast also comes from a Place of Yes.
Taylor Armstrong, 38, a married management consultant and mother of a 4-year-old daughter, is also very involved in charity work.
Like sister-Housewives Bethenny Frankel and Jill Zarin, Armstrong runs several businesses while actively supporting philanthropic organizations.
But does she show up to meetings on time?
"She is one of the most longstanding donors and volunteers we have ever had," Tobi Quintiliani, Senior Director of Community Relations and Response at 1736 Family Crisis Center, tells E! News. "She's very faithful to our organization—she's great."
And while Quintiliani says the new Housewives have "only filmed a couple of times so far," Bravo will soon be filming all six women at the Family Center's charity poker tournament April 3. The event will also mark the Housewives' first red carpet appearance.
"Professional poker player Annie Duke agreed to teach the Housewives how to play poker before the tournament starts, so they will all be filming that for the show," Quintiliani said.
(Interesting: The last time we saw Annie Duke teaming up on TV with a Beverly Hills princess, she was accused of being a "whore pit viper" and a Nazi. We don't know much about them, but we think the new Housewives are friendlier than Melissa Rivers.)
"The producer has [also] talked to me about coming here in the future and filming Taylor doing charity work," Quintiliani tells E! News.
We can't wait to see whether her "work" rivals that of Luann de Lesseps, who "mentored" underprivileged girls by bragging about being a beautiful rich countess—after schooling them on the basketball court.
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