I think our parents are still very much trying to figure it out, but at least we’re there. “
We’re not the only ones who lost a child.
I think our parents are still very much trying to figure it out, but at least we’re there.
That’s why we’re going to keep going, because we can.
But it’s been hard, because I’ve been there, and it’s hard to go back and be like, ‘OK, we’re okay, we’ve moved on.'”
Perry has been battling a bout of pneumonia.
She said that her doctor told her the pneumonia would likely subside and that she’d be able to recover.
The new episodes of Perry’s show, “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” are scheduled to air Sunday at 9 p.m.
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Watch Perry’s full statement below: “I am very sorry to say that we lost a little girl, Katie Perry, to a rare and preventable condition.
Katie was diagnosed with an extremely rare and potentially fatal coronavirus, a virus that affects more than two million Americans and is the first coronaviruses discovered in the United States.
Katie is now resting at home with her family, and we will do everything in our power to ensure that she and her family have the support and support they need to move forward.
I will always be a fan of the ‘Real Housewife’ franchise, and I’m honored that the fans will be able join us for the return of ‘Real Wife,’ ” she said.