She's blocking out the negativity! Just one day after her daughter Sidney Barney publicly bashed her and basically called her a bad mother, Tamra Judge didn't let it get her down — instead, she went on with her plans for a wedding vow renewal to her husband, Eddie Judge. The Real Housewives of Orange County took to Instagram to share two photos taken during her gorgeous beachside ceremony at the Ritz-Carlton — but it seems like she took a dig at her 18-year-old daughter in her caption.

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"Celebrating love with all the hate that's going on," the 49-year-old wrote. "May God bless your life because it's not always easy. But God has a plan.. a big plan." She also gave a shout out to her RHOC pals Shannon Beador, Kelly Dodd, and Lydia McLaughlin, writing, "You know what you did and you all rock."

Tamra has four children — she shares son Spencer and daughters Sidney and Sophia with her ex-husband Simon Barney, and she also has a son named Ryan Vieth from a previous relationship. She's been vacationing in Aruba with Eddie, Spencer, and Sophia for the past couple of days, which seems like pretty bad timing considering her oldest daughter Sidney slammed her for being a "parent alienator" in a now-deleted Facebook post.

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Sidney has been estranged from her mom for nearly four years. Tamra opened up about it during a RHOC reunion special where she tearfully claimed that after her divorce from Simon, he convinced Sidney to cut ties with her mom — but Sidney decided to set the record straight.

"For starters, I did not move out when my parents got a divorce nor did I chose my father's side in the divorce," the 18-year-old wrote. "My parents separated in 2010. I moved out of my mother’s house in 2013. Me leaving has nothing to do with the divorce, it has to do with the living conditions at my mother's house and the way she treated me and still treats me today."