MAMA JUNE enjoyed the beach while in a dress and mask before the hurricane hits the Florida area.
The Here Comes Honey Boo Boo alum visited a beach recently while wearing a black and gray dress, and sporting her tie-dyed mask before the big storm hits.
While Tropical Storm Isaias was bumped down to a category 1 hurricane, it is still expected to regain hurricane status overnight.
The reality TV star who took to Instagram to make sure everyone is ready todeal with the strong winds coming through Florida.
She wrote: "Good morning it’s calm now b4 the storm if u r in southeast Florida let’s stay safe during this hurricane coming later."
While Mama June – whose real name is June Shannon – is dealing with Mother Nature, she has also been battling her own personal storms lately.
The 40-year-old and her boyfriend, Geno Doak, recently wrapped up a 30-day rehab stint, and June revealed that she is now living the "sober life."
However, the family’s therapist exclusively told The Sun that a relapse "is happening."
He explained: "Relapse is a part of recovery. I do suspect there will be one. They’re a couple of months out and their recovery is still very, very fragile.
“Relapse is happening, it’s coming. We know that. Three weeks, three months, six months, it’s happening.”
He continued: “What I want to see is June build up relapse prevention skills. I want her to have enough good things in her life so when that day comes, she can make an easy decision. I’m not going to do as much because I got a lot of good stuff I don’t want to lose right now.
“Hopefully she will gain good things for when relapse comes. Hopefully they are still adherent to treatment.”
Before agreeing to rehab, Geno admitted that the pair spent $150,000 in six months on crack cocaine.
June is currently away from her four daughters, Anna, 25, Jessica, 23, Pumpkin, 20, and Alana, 14, while she improves her well being while living with Geno in Florida.
Alana, better known as Honey Boo Boo, is staying with Pumpkin, her husband, Josh Efird, and their young daughter, Ella.
Dr. Ish previously told The Sun:“Family gets burnt out. ‘We tried and you never got it right. We poured resources into you, time, attention and affection into you, and none of that worked.’
"Family is like, 'Listen we’re done. We’re aggravated.’ It’s a very tricky way to reintroduce yourself to the family."
He added: "We love you, but we’re going to love you from over here. The last thing I did with Pumpkin was help her realize the boundaries. If you cannot behave in an appropriate fashion, if you cannot make decisions better for yourself and us, then you don’t get to be part of our lives.
“The only way we’re going to tell that is time. This is June earning her spot back into the family.”
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