The daughter of Heather DuBrow and Terry DuBrow, Max is officially a Massachusetts resident.
The “Real Housewives of Orange County” star dropped off the 18-year-old at Tufts University on Wednesday, leaving her with a spectacular dorm room decor.
“…and Max leaving ❤️🦌!” Heather, 53, captioned the slideshow on Instagram. “I love you baby girl, you are about to begin your most wonderful adventure.
“I am so proud of you,” she continued. “Enjoy every moment, take every opportunity!!! I love you so much!!! You may be far away, but you are always close to my heart.”
Commenting on the social media upload, Terry, 63, wrote, “Can’t wait to see you!!!”
Max gushed, “I love you mom ❤️❤️❤️❤️.”
The teenager grinned in a before and after photo of his room. Max’s single was decked out with orange curtains, green bedspreads, a cozy rolling his chair, a guitar, strings of his lights and a “Grateful Every Day” poster.
Heather and Terry looked emotional in their sweet snap, but the couple are used to dorm room drop-offs because Max’s twin brother, Nicholas, started college last week.
“And just like that… my first child is going to college 😭😭😭,” the “Heather DuBrow World” podcast host on her eldest daughter’s Aug. 25 carousel at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. I added a caption.
“I love you @nickdubrow and I am proud to be your mother,” she continued. “Have the best year ever! Stay safe, make good decisions, study hard! Enjoy yourselves ❤️”
Terry commented that he is “so proud” of his son.
“My man! Study hard and have the best year ever. I love you so much,” added the “Failed” star.
As for Max, she writes that she’s “sobbing” over a shot of her brother’s smiling face.
The hosts of “Seven Year Stitch,” who are also parents to 15-year-old daughter Katarina and 11-year-old Colette, are documenting their children’s school milestones via Instagram this year, from prom to graduation.
The twins entered their college of choice in April, Heather wrote. It’s official! So happy and so proud of these two!
“Can’t believe they’re going to college?!?” she continued. “I will miss them, but I can’t wait to see them soar on their next adventure!”