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RHOV Alum Ronnie Negus Celebrates Three Years Of Sobriety!

Congratulations are in order for Ronnie Negus. The former Real Housewives of Vancouver star took to Instagram to share with fans her biggest milestone yet - three years of sobriety. "3 YEARS STRONG • 🎉🎉🎉," she wrote. "Putting some Serious Miles Between Me and My Last Drink after Making the All Star Leagues and taking myself out of the game 🤣 "

She added: "Thanking God for the Amazing Life I live today #Grateful 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻 Merry Christmas Everyone. Xx"

As previously reported, Negus appeared on two season of The Real Housewives of Vancouver. Ronnie admitted that she had fun during the first season but regrets returning for the second season right after her daughter Remingon nearly died after a choking accident.

"I really shouldn't have been back on [the] second season, and I should have healed," Negus told ET Canada back in 2015. "I thought if I went back, it would be really good for me to get my mind off what had just happened to Remington. I thought, Well, this'll be good, I'll go back on, and I can move forward. And truthfully, it was completely the wrong thing."

Negus experienced panic attacks during filming, "Like I was choking - similar to what happened to Remy," to the point that producers had to stop filming. Since the show ended, Ronnie has been living a more calm and peaceful time, large part because of her found sobriety and remains close friends with former cast member Robin Reichman.

The Real Housewives of Vancouver made their official debut when the first season premiered on April 4, 2013 on Canadian network Slice. After two successful seasons, the television network decided to put the series "on hold" for unknown reasons, which later resulted in cancellation. The last episode aired during the show's second season finale on April 9, 2013.

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