Taylor Armstrong's public mourning

Taylor Armstrong took her <a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/gossip/2011/09/real-housewives-taylor-armstrong-russell-armstrong-suicide-abuse.html" target="blank">grief to the masses</a> this week, stopping by "Entertainment Tonight" and "<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002772" title="Phil McGraw" href="/topic/entertainment/television/phil-mcgraw-PECLB002772.topic">Dr. Phil</a>" to talk about her husband's suicide in August. The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member discussed her troubled marriage and gave a detailed account of the day she found Russell's body, telling "E.T." she was "laying in the street screaming" and "I realized that my little girl was there and I had to pull it together to get her out of there."<br>
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Too soon for a press tour? "Housewives' " Jill Zarin, formerly of the New York show, thinks so. "Honestly, I wouldn't talk to the press or anyone for six months to a year," Zarin said on "Good Morning America." "I would buckle down with my family, and I probably wouldn't come back on the show."

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Taylor Armstrong took her grief to the masses this week, stopping by "Entertainment Tonight" and "Dr. Phil" to talk about her husband's suicide in August. The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member discussed her troubled marriage and gave a detailed account of the day she found Russell's body, telling "E.T." she was "laying in the street screaming" and "I realized that my little girl was there and I had to pull it together to get her out of there."

Too soon for a press tour? "Housewives' " Jill Zarin, formerly of the New York show, thinks so. "Honestly, I wouldn't talk to the press or anyone for six months to a year," Zarin said on "Good Morning America." "I would buckle down with my family, and I probably wouldn't come back on the show."

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