What’s a sister to do? In this week’s Bravo blog, “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” star Kyle Richards, says that she “couldn’t do anything right in her sister’s eyes.” The turbulence started even before the plane got off the ground.
“As soon as we arrived to the plane, Kim was giving Lisa the cold shoulder. When Kim and Lisa R. started getting into it, I wanted to get a parachute and jump off the plane. It was so uncomfortable being stuck in between the two of them. Kim was then mad at me for looking uncomfortable.”
I have to agree, that was uncomfortable with Kyle hiding behind her coat. Why not crawl into the overhead bin? Why not speak up and tell Kim to drop it? What’s that Kyle? It was your idea for Kim to say something to Lisa R? Do tell.
“When Kim and I discussed her issues with Lisa R., I told Kim she should pull her aside privately and let her know that while she appreciates the concern, she didn’t appreciate her talking about it to other people. I said that Lisa R. would understand, and the issue would be dropped.” Kyle added, “Knowing what we know now, it’s frustrating watching Brandi not explain her role in that conversation.”
Are these women unaware that cameras follow them around constantly and when the women (Brandi) play both sides we will find out about it (thank you producers)?
“When we arrived in Amsterdam we stopped for a moment to use the restroom, and I set my bag aside, and then we resumed walking out. After we were downstairs, I realized I had left my bag there. I felt terrible and told the girls to go ahead, but they decided to wait. Brandi and Kim were clearly annoyed with me, but it was an accident. What can I say? We were all jet lagged, and I wasn’t exactly at my sharpest.”
To me this was no big deal. In fact, I was shocked that the bag was still there. Amsterdam should use that clip in future tourist ads. “Leave your luggage in the loo? No problem. It’ll still be there when you finally remember it.” Kyle explains how she felt about Kim getting all snippy with her.
“Outside, Kim turned to me and snapped at me again. First she said I blamed her for the escalator mishap (which I did not), then said whenever she’s late I laugh at her and leave her. She was referring to Season 2 when we were going to Hawaii, and she left her passport and missed the flight. I never laughed and made fun of her. I was frustrated and couldn’t exactly make the plane wait for her. I couldn’t do anything right in my sister’s eyes and things only get worse from here on.”
Kyle ended her blog with the following tease.
“Next week is the most intense moment we have ever had in five seasons of RHOBH…”
More intense than the fight between Kyle and Camille in season one? Now that’s saying something!
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