Eileen Davidson is having an emotional sixth season on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
After revealing she was a victim of domestic abuse on the latest episode of the show, which aired Tuesday, the soap star will be featured dealing with the death of her sister.
"I mean, I know she's not there anymore. It's not easy," Davidson tells husband Vincent Van Patten in a sneak peek, seen below.
Davidson lost her sister to cancer several months prior, and on Tuesday, she will be seen as she travels to Europe to shatter some of her ashes in one of her favorite places.
"I know that my sister would want to be happening right now. I know that," she says.
Then, as she officially says goodbye, Davidson tells her sister, "Thanks for being my sister. I love you."
Earlier this week, after her abuse bombshell, Davidson took to her Bravo blog, where she spoke of the shocking revelation.
"I’ve only spoken about this publicly one other time. When I remembered where it was, I had to take a moment to reflect on the alarming cosmic sync-up," Davidson explained. "Turns out, I did an interview with a magazine about my history of domestic violence in reference to Nicole Brown Simpson, right after she was murdered. It’s too strange to be just a coincidence that her death was brought up again, decades later, in the very same episode that I chose to bring my past abuse to light."
For more Eileen Davidson, tune into The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season six, airing on Tuesdays at 9 p.m.