Who are RHOC Heather Dubrow's children?

RHOC star Heather Dubrow returns to the show for season 16 along with her family.

Heather Dubrow and her husband Terry are both reality TV stars appearing on Real Housewives of Orange County and Botched, the couple also have four kids.

Who are RHOC Heather Dubrow's children?

Heather, 53, has four kids with her husband Terry and the family has long been in the public eye as they have all appeared on Bravo's Real Housewives of Orange County.

The four children grew up on the show during Heather's five years as a cast member. The family joined the show in 2012 and left in 2017.

They make their return in 2021 for season 16.

Heather's kids names and ages are:

  • Max Dubrow, 18-years-old
  • Katarina Dubrow, 15-years-old
  • Collette (Coco) Dubrow, 11-years-old
  • Nicholas Dubrow, 18-years-old

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The family of six often appears on their mother's Instagram for her famous Christmas cards and group shots.

Does Heather Dubrow have twins?

Heather and husband of 22 years Terry welcomed their twins in 2003.

Nicholas and Max were both born on November 24, 2003.

Their mom posted a birthday tribute of the both of them last week on her Instagram.

"I mean… I just can't … 18?!? Nicky and Max I love you both so much (separate toasts and many tears tonight!!!)," Heather wrote.

When did Max come out as bisexual?

Heather's oldest daughter, Max, came out as bisexual during Pride Month in June 2020.

They posted a photo of themselves wrapped in the pride flag with the caption, "straight-ish" written on the post.

The reality TV star mom wrote, "I am SO proud to be your mother" on the post.

Max has also just released a book titled "I'll Give It to You Straightish: What Your Teen Wants You To Know" that is co-authored with Dr. Judy Ho and a foreword by Heather herself.

On one of the episodes of season 16 of RHOC the Orange County mom criticized co-star Noella for giving her teen daughter an explicit card game.

Dubrow shared her thoughts to co-star Gina Kirschenheiter.

“We came home and Max opened her presents and Noella kind of gave her kind of a questionable gift,” said Dubrow.

“[It was] a Pride-themed card game, which is very nice,” Dubrow continued, acknowledging that Max and Bergerner are both bisexual. “And that’s great, [but] Max is 17.”

The concern about the card game was not that it was LGBT themed, but it was the content of the cards.

In the episode Dubrow read some of the cards off to Kirschenheiter, 37, which apparently contained so many expletives that the majority of her words were bleeped out.

“It’s basically pornography. It’s not appropriate,” Dubrow concluded.

Later on in an episode of Heather's podcast, “Heather Dubrow’s World” the mom stated that show "bleeped out a little more than was necessary."

What does Heather have to say about Coco wearing suits?

In October 2019 there was mixed opinions on social media about Coco wearing a suit in the Dubrow's family holiday card that year.

Coco wore a bright glitter red suit instead of the dresses she wore in the years prior.

Having been 9-years-old at the time many of the RHOC's fans were not sure about the outfit choice.

However, Heather backed up her daughter's choice calling her a trendsetter and posting a side-by-side image of Coco and a similar Tom Ford suit saying, "@tomford inspo by @cocodubrow ????"

"She is completely fine being her own person and wearing what she likes and what feels comfortable to her," Heather said at the time.

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