Days after sending a controversial email to Tamra Judge during the Season 10 reunion of "The Real Housewives of Orange County," it seems Alexis Bellino has realized the error of her ways. While discussing Tamra's, 48, newfound faith during part one of the three part special, host Andy Cohen revealed that Alexis had a few choice words for the Cut Fitness co-founder. The former cast member has issued what seems like a heartfelt apology -- but will Tamra accept?

As was reported by Bravo, Alexis shared her apology on Instagram. She told viewers she understood how her message regarding Tamra's faith may have seemed "judgmental," adding that it was not her intention. She tagged Tamra in the post, apologizing once more and claiming that Andy, 47, left out a key part of her email in which she wrote that she truly hoped Tamra turning to God was sincere. Alexis went on to say that she had been praying for Tamra, who dubbed her Jesus Jugs during Season 7, since their falling out. She said she had always been hopeful that Tamra would one day be saved and asked the grandmother-of-one to spare her judgment. 

"I can see how my email might have come came across judgmental last night on RHOC, and I'm sorry about that, that was not my heart," she wrote. "@tamrajudge I'm sorry for sounding judgmental. Andy did not read this part of my email, 'I truly hope Tamra has found the Lord because He will be the most invaluable precious thing she will ever have in life,'" she wrote. "THAT is my heart. God is a God of miracles, so I was hopeful and praying He would call the person who criticized me the most for my faith to His Kingdom one day. I was not trying to judge Tamra, I just wanted to make sure this was all coming from a good place, so please do not judge me. The Bible is clear that we are to hold each other accountable as sisters in Christ. I am imperfect and human, but I am steadfast in my faith and the Lord laid this conviction on my heart."

During the first part of the "RHOC" Season 10 reunion Andy shared with the ladies that he'd received a shocking email from Alexis. In the message Tamra's former co-star criticized her for mocking her faith for years and then claiming to have turned to it. She said Tamra was making "a mockery" of the religion adding that it wasn't enough to undergo baptism and continue with her "unkind behavior."

Tamra has not yet responded to Alexis' apology. Part two of the "RHOC" reunion airs Monday at 9 p.m. EDT on Bravo.