While the 36-year-old reality star suffered from a number of coronavirus symptoms, from headaches to vomiting, she said nothing compared to having to isolate from her two-year-old daughter, True.
'At the very beginning, I tested positive and it was so incredibly scary,' she explained. 'I mean, it's still scary, but especially then, when the whole world was shutting down, and we didn't have really any information, or the information we had just changed every single day.'
When asked by the host, 62, if felt she 'really sick' or was asymptomatic, the Good American founder said she 'felt really quickly on' that she 'was getting sick with something.'
'I remember I just wore a mask, I remember I wore gloves, just because speculation all about COVID, but nobody really knew, and we were all like, 'There's no way I could have COVID,' she recalled.
Ultimately, after her whole family underwent coronavirus testing in March, she learned she had contracted the virus, which 'really alarmed' her loved ones.
Candid: While the reality star suffered from a number of coronavirus symptoms, she said nothing compared to having to isolate from her two-year-old daughter, True
While 'everyone else tested negative,' she was forced to quarantine in her room for about 16 days, while contagious and recovering.
'We had to wait until I had negative test results to leave,' she noted, before calling isolation the 'hardest part.'
She continued: 'I don't care about how beautiful of a place you have, being taken away from your child – because I couldn't be around my daughter – was the most heart-wrenching