Stassi Schroeder pushes her baby daughter Hartford in her stroller as she enjoys a quiet family walk with her husband Beau Clark
She said pregnancy stopped her from going down a dark path in the midst of her racism scandal last year.
And Stassi Schroeder was every inch the doting mother as she enjoyed a quiet family stroll with her daughter Hartford and husband Beau Clark in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The former Vanderpump Rules star, 32, pushed her daughter in a stroller as her spouse strolled by her side, engaged in his phone.
Family time: Stassi Schroeder was every inch the doting mother as she enjoyed a quiet family stroll with her daughter Hartford and husband Beau Clark
Stassi and her husband were dressed down for their stroll, yet adequately protected from the March chill in their sweats.
The reality star wore a black face mask and coordinating cap, while her husband wore his covering around his neck and a blue cap.
Beau was engrossed in his phone as he strolled beside his lady love with a cup in hand.
Stassi’s beverage was conveniently contained inside a cup holder attached to the stroller.
Don’t sweat it: Stassi and her husband were dressed down for their stroll, yet adequately protected from the March chill in their sweats
Mom and dad: Schroeder showed off her chic look as she posed in the bedroom with her husband Beau and baby daughter resting in bed
Baby Hartford, meanwhile, rested snug inside her stylish black and white stroller.
Stassi welcomed Hartford into the world in January 2021, and announced her pregnancy last year, just days after coming under fire for a racism scandal on Vanderpump Rules.
The star recently said her pregnancy ‘100% saved’ her from going down a dark path of drugs and alcohol at the peak of her controversy.
Happy family: Beau cast a fond smile at his girls
Saving grace: Schroeder said her pregnancy stopped her from going down a dark road in the midst of her racism scandal
The former Vanderpump Rules star lost her part on the hit reality show, her Straight Up With Stassi podcast, was dropped from endorsement deals and was let go by her PR agency after former castmate Faith Stowers revealed Schroeder and fellow SUR regular Kristen Doute falsely reported her to the police.
But the self-proclaimed ‘basic b****’ credits daughter Hartford Charlie Rose with stopping her from resorting to ‘alcoholism’ or abusing ‘Xanax.’
‘I think [it] made me so much better to be pregnant while I was going through a hard time,’ Schroeder said in the clip from her podcast, The Good, The Bad, The Baby with husband Beau Clark posted to her Instagram Story last week.
‘If I wasn’t pregnant, I probably would have just like … gone to alcoholism, Xanax. I would have lashed out, dark passenger-ed. And I think our baby 100 percent saved me.’
Former Bravo star: Schroeder was fired from Vanderpump Rules last year after former castmate Faith Stowers revealed Stassi and Kristen Doute falsely reported her to the police