‘RHOBH’ Lisa Vanderpump Explains Why She’s So Invested Kyle Richards’ Family Drama

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During last week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, we witnessed Kyle Richards’ flip-flopping decision to attend her niece, Nicky Hilton’s wedding in London. Did Lisa Vanderpump need a dress or didn’t she? Lisa took to her Bravo blog to set the record straight, sharing that Kyle was “quite rightly upset.” 

“It was all a bit of a fiasco regarding arrangements pertaining to the wedding. Kyle was quite rightly upset as she was uninvited to the celebration, so no dress needed. We also altered our plans, too, and decided we would go to Monte Carlo, not London, instead after Tuscany.”

File this under #RichPeopleProblems but it’s sad to see family trials and tribulations so publicly displayed. File that under #GuiltyPleasures.

“It seems unfathomable that as close as Kyle is to her niece that she wouldn’t be present on the most important day of her life,” Lisa said. “We discussed that amid the contentious argument last year at the reunion. I gently reminded her that our lives are punctuated by momentous events, where intricate emotional dynamics should be laid to rest and the focus should be on the event at hand.”

In other words, everyone needs to build a bridge and get over themselves. But why did Lisa keep pressing the issue at the dinner table when clearly Kyle was uncomfortable?

“It is never a simple task to immerse yourself in the complexities of a sibling relationship, and I probably should’ve refrained from asking, but I was involved already and hoped for a successful outcome where all parties were included.”

Lisa’s final thoughts are about the shocking divorce news of Yolanda and David Foster.

“Sadly we heard the news of the demise of Yolanda and David’s marriage, which has saddened us all. Life is unpredictable and at times extremely challenging, but that is often when we discover our inner strength.”


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