Real Housewives cast members Lisa Vanderpump and Stephanie Hollman have the funds to make property purchases whenever they want – well, at least for the most part, and weirdly enough the reality TV stars who live in Beverly Hills and Dallas, respectively, both just made real estate moves in Los Angeles.
Happy Monday! It’s a short work week for many of you, so there’s something to be a little happy about on this Monday morning, right? To get you through the day we have a new photo roundup of our favorite reality stars out and about this weekend. Above: Lisa Vanderpump and Joyce Giraud took her boys (and Ken and Giggy) to the premiere event of ‘Odysseo By Cavalia’ this weekend. Real Housewives of Orange County‘s Shannon Beador and her family were spotted there, too!
In today’s gallery we also have:
Andy Cohen celebrating the launch of his newest book with his BFF Sarah Jessica Parker
You have probably noticed people (mostly Lisa Vanderpump‘s husband Ken Todd) making references to Kyle Richards wearing moomoos on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. It’s her signature look and I just figured it was because they’re super comfortable to wear, but maybe there’s more to the story. Kyle opened up about her struggles to stay thin and maintain her looks.
Personally, I feel like Kyle has always looked great, so to hear that she was struggling with this, is surprising and actually refreshing to hear that even wealthy reality TV stars have the same face and body insecurities that we all have. Nevertheless, I was still shocked to see her posing in a bathing suit with Erika Jayne in the trailer for the upcoming season. I totally support Kyle (and any other human) having the body confidence that Erika constantly exudes, but even more than that, I respect Kyle for opening up about how tough it is, even when it really seems like she is just effortlessly stunning.
Lisa Vanderpump jokes that her life has “literally gone to the dogs.” The animal rights activist and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star recently discussed how her new organization, The Vanderpump Dog Foundation, is helping dogs in need.
In order to get the foundation’s name out there, Lisa and Ken Todd are even hosting their first Vanderpump Dog Foundation Gala this week, Nov 3. Lisa cheers, “We’re going to be having a doggy gala! And it’s going to be a fun night. It’s going to be a very pretty night but also a little bit of education talking about what Vanderpump Dog Foundation has achieved so far and what we endeavor to do.”
Lisa Vanderpump is one of a handful of Bravo Housewives who has staying power in this sometimes precarious industry. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Vanderpump Rules star recently shared her feelings on what it means to be a reality ‘star,’ including how she initially got into the world of warring Housewives, and how she has navigated its rocky waters since.
Part of Lisa’s appeal is her depth. Lisa is not merely a “housewife” who cameras follow around for dramatic purposes; she’s also a long time business woman, brand builder, and activist for animal rights and the LGBT community. The restaurateur and humanitarian seems to understand something that many of the other Bravo Housewives (96 in total since the franchise’s inception ten years ago) often do not: Audiences stick with the person, not the persona.
Another day, another Real Housewives of Beverly Hillsevent! I love when the show is filming and we get a trickle of photos from parties, vacations and more. Hopefully we’re getting closer and closer to a premiere date announcement!