Lisa Rinna’s daughter Delilah Belle Hamlin is talking openly about having a health scare while filming the music video for her debut track.
The singer’s new track, “Nothing Last Forever,” was the subject of a “painful” seizure, the model said in a chat with Entertainment Tonight. Delilah, the eldest child of Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin, said that she experienced seizures on the second day of making the music video. “It was, like, 9 hours of work and I struggled with seizures,” she stated. “They are still relatively unknown to us. We have been attempting to figure it out for years, despite that. On set, I ultimately experienced a seizure.”
Lisa Rinna Is Proud Of Her Daughter
The 24-year-old characterized the seizure as “scary painful,” saying that “everyone I loved was around me” and that it was “definitely one of the worst I have experienced in a while.” In the end, Delilah claimed, her seizure was “a wonderful thing,” and she was able to carry that mood over into the next day’s filming. The ex “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” actress reflected that she was “proud of me” for persevering after the tense event.
“I think to myself, “I do this every single time,” at the same moment. Now it feels so natural to me. That I simply say, “OK, get up.” When you are not feeling well but need to get through the day, “she spoke with ET, recalling what her mother Lisa Rinna had taught her.
“Lisa Rinna has always told me to get through the day if you are, say, dying, vomiting, or throwing up. Just do it. get to work on time, “said Delilah. “I try, then. I always give it my all. On some days, I simply can’t, but I still do my best.” Delilah revealed in January that she had been “quietly battling” a number of autoimmune and chronic conditions, including encephalitis, Lyme disease, Epstein-Barr virus, and pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders linked to streptococcal infections (PANDAS).