ANDY Cohen has lead tributes to the Keough family who have had a horror run over the past few weeks.
The Real Housewives of Orange County's Kara Keough Bosworth's father Matt died lost her including the sudden death of Kara's baby in childbirth just few weeks ago.
The former pro baseball player died on Saturday at the age of 64, and was married to Kara's mom for 23 years until their divorce in 2007.
RHOC host Andy Cohen took to Twitter to send them "virtual love" from his home in New York City.
He wrote: "My heart goes out to the Keough family today. They have really been through it the last couple weeks. Sending them virtual love.'
Other RHOC stars including, Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge and Jo De La Rosa also offered condolences.
Vicki who starred on the original RHOC with Jeana wrote on her Instagram post about her ex-husband, ""Rest in peace Matt."
Jo added: "I'm so incredibly sorry to hear about this. Sending love and prayer your way for your heart right now. I'm here if there's anything you need."
And Tamra wrote: "I'm so sorry for your loss. Big hugs and prayers."
The women also reached out to Kara to send their love and prayers.
Vicki commented on Kara's Instagram: "Kara, I am so sorry. There are no words to say, other than you are loved."
Tamra said: "Oh Kara. I'm so sorry big hugs."
While Jo wrote: "I'm so incredibly sorry to hear about this Kara. Thinking of you guys and sending so much love your way. Here if you need anything."
Kara, 32, is now grieving the passing of her father in the midst of her grief over her son, McCoy.
She paid tribute to Matt with a series of pictures of the father-daughter duo, she wrote: "Daddy, please take care of my son.
"Teach him the circle changeup and how to find forever friends. You’re on grandpa duty in heaven now."
Kara and husband Kyle Bosworth announced McCoy's death three weeks after he died.
She posted a touching photo of her cradling the baby: "You would have been 3 weeks old today. You would be 'waking up' and showing us more of you. I would be getting the hang of being a mom of two. My milk would be regulating to your schedule.
"Your sister would be asking questions about your belly button and you would have peed on her at least once by now. Daddy would be sending texts to his football buddies about how our giant baby boy could probably already out-lift them.
"We would be laughing that you never fit into newborn diapers, not even for one day. I’d be exhausted, leaking, and happy."
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