Kathryn Edwards Reveals Faye Resnick’s Attitude Made Her Angry “Faye Has a Sordid Past”

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Kathryn Edwards is an interesting new addition to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. An Aviva Drescher look-alike, she seems to have a good head on her shoulders. But the jury is still out. I’ve been fooled by Housewives before (side-eye to you, Brandi). And though Kathryn assured us she and hubby, Donnie, have enough money to last them for the rest of their lives, they passed on buying diamonds, and to me, the scene with the jeweler felt forced.

“I was so happy to visit our good friend Stan Roth. Stan has been our jeweler and friend for many years, and he always manages to show me things that require hitting the Powerball jackpot to own. Those 10 carat earrings are still on my frontal lobe…I wish they were still on my ear lobes. Beyond ridiculously gorgeous! Next time…sigh.”

Maybe. Hopefully Kathryn won’t wind up in bankruptcy court, as so many other Housewives before her.

Lisa Rinna recently lost her father, and this week, we saw Eileen Davidson talk about losing her sister to cancer. Kathryn offers her condolences.

“I was very touched by watching Eileen‘s experience in Italy. I can’t imagine losing one of my siblings…my heart broke when she shared her story… Life is so precious. As I write this, I am also sensitive to the loss of Lisa Rinna‘s father. It’s never easy saying goodbye.”

When Kathryn stopped by Villa Rosa for tea with Queen Vanderpump, Lisa asked probing questions.

“I wasn’t offended by Vanderpump’s asking me my age…I am also very proud to have married my husband, regardless of our age difference… Maybe Vanderpump wanted to know what it was like to be with such a young, hot stud, haha…kidding Ken. I found Vanderpump’s questions engaging and funny, but I am sure others might not see it that way. I guess that those are things I would also ask and then be surprised I offended someone. And that’s all I have to say about that.”

Now, on to the faux barbecue and The Morally Corrupt Faye Resnick. First of all, Kyle Richards was obnoxious for seating Kathryn and Faye across from each other.

“…from the moment we sat down at the table, Faye’s body language, much like Rinna’s description, was desperately trying not to engage with me. I saw her drinking shots before we sat down, and she was sheepish from the start. She had an ignominious posture, and I knew she didn’t want to go there. I thought about it…my wheels were turning, and I was playing it out in my head on fast forward.”

Though Kathryn keeps it civil, she doesn’t shy away from pointing out a few home truths.

“Faye has a sordid past… When Faye decided to share her story, she chose to pen the book with Mike Walker, a writer from the Enquirer. It was described as a “highly sensational, instant book” written by a self-proclaimed serious substance abuser. Faye spoke of the nights of partying and shared her intimacy with her “best friend.” Excerpts of the book were on the cover of the Enquirer weekly, it was in quotes. I read what Faye had to say about me, I couldn’t miss it at the grocery store checkout line…that was good enough. I’ll pass on that page turner.”

That lame apology didn’t cut any ice with Kathryn either.

“It would have been easy to touch on a few things to knock her down to size, but I am a lady, and engaging at Kyle’s with such an intense subject would have ruined the dinner party–I mean the BBQ. Faye’s blanket apology to the table was general… All I wanted to see and hear was that she was sorry for what she had done, not just to me but to Nicole’s memory.”

And though Kyle awkwardly proclaimed that Faye is the most awesome friend in the whole wide world, Kathryn isn’t buying it. What kind of person writes a tell-all after the brutal death of their best friend?

“If Faye thinks that is the way to honor her best friend, who needs enemies? And in true Enquirer form, what she said regarding me is a lie.”

Do you think Kathryn should have gone in harder? And I had to roll my eyes when Faye said she didn’t want to discuss the situation in front of everyone. But she had no problem posing in Playboy or going on every talk show in the country to tell her story. What’s your take?


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