Heather Gay Celebrates Her Daughter Georgia as She Graduates High School: 'Couldn't Be Prouder'

The 'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' star is mom to three girls — Ashley, Georgia and Annabelle

<p>Heather Gay/Instagram</p> Heather Gay and daughter Georgia

Heather Gay/Instagram

Heather Gay and daughter Georgia

Heather Gay's daughter is officially a high school graduate!

On Tuesday, May 28, the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star, 49, shared a few photos on Instagram as she celebrated her 18-year-old daughter Georgia's high school graduation. Wearing a white skirt and a black top, Gay can be seen hugging her daughter, who towers over her mom in tan wedges, donning her cap and gown and a pink lei around her neck.

The proud mom also included a solo shot of her graduate and shared a photo of their entire family, which featured Gay's two other daughters, Annabelle, 16, and Ashley.

"She’s a graduate 🩷Couldn’t be prouder of @georgiaggay 🦅," Gay wrote in her caption.

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In the comments, Gay's cousin and costar Whitney Rose offered her congratulations, writing, "Congratulations Georgia!"

Gay shares her three girls with ex-husband Frank William Gay III.

That same day, Heather celebrated as her daughter Ashley turned 21, posting another photo for her older daughter. In the sweet shot, Ashley wears a white silk top and turns to the right, smiling.

"Cheers to @asherrose 🥂 Happy 21st Birthday Baby!! 🩵💛 #gemini #firstborn #loveyou," the proud mom wrote in her caption.

Speaking exclusively to PEOPLE at Variety’s Women of Reality TV event in Los Angeles in November, the mom of three opened up about using Ozempic, noting that it's been a tough conversation to have with her girls.

“I think that we put so much pressure on ourselves and it's hard,” she told PEOPLE. “And I have three daughters that I love and I don't want them to have my genetics or have to struggle with society's standards of beauty. I just wish that there was a solution for all of us. But I'm feeling like I'm coming into my own a little bit and I think the glow up might be a little bit from that, too. But I'll give credit to all the medical intervention. It's my business.”

Gay, who is the co-owner of Beauty Lab + Laser in Salt Lake City, went on to share how she approaches that tricky subject with her daughters.

“What we value at Beauty Lab, I value for my children, which is just that self-divination and informed consent,” she said. “If you want to change your lips and it'll change how you think of yourself and how you act in the world, then please spend a little bit of money and a little bit of time and set it and forget it and move on and make some change in the world.”

“I don't think I would ever tell my daughter, ‘Oh, if you don't like your lips, get over it.’ I would just say change it,” she continued. “Change your lips, change your life and be who you want to be. Define who you want to be and pursue it relentlessly.”

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