The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ Kyle Richards took to Instagram recently to do a little boasting about her husband Mauricio Umansky’s major real estate kill, the sale of a nearly 15,000 sq. ft. Beverly Hills manse that sold for a cool $43.5 million (pictured). The property’s picture was posted on the social media site along with the words…”So proud. Love this team #recordbreaking….” Even though Kyle was ecstatic that her husband of 20 years and CEO of The Agency managed to get another notch in his selling belt, some of her fans didn’t join in on her celebratory posting.
Many of Kyle’s followers thought she was being a braggart with regards to the mild-mannered post and did not appreciate, what they perceived to be the flaunting of her wealth in their faces. Mauricio, who is also featured on RHOBH, is the No. 3 realtor in the country and No. 1 in California according to Real Trends, Inc., a leading source of analysis on the real estate industry. The Agency’s sales volume totals an estimated $604,339,372 according to Real Trends, so the power pair are not hurting for dollars.
Things may be strained off and on with Kyle Richards and family, but that didn’t get in the way of her birthday today. Kim Richards just shared a heartfelt message for her little sister on Instagram.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star shared the throwback photo of herself sitting with her baby sister Kyle. She wrote, “I’ve loved you from the day they brought you home Happy Birthday little sister!! I hope this year is best year EVER for YOU!! I love you @kylerichards18.”
After Kyle posted a rather awkward – OK hideously uncomfortable – photo of her with Kathy Hilton on Christmas Eve, it was assumed the family tensions that have yet again become a major storyline on Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills were over. New Year, New drama, right?! Or not!
Our favorite reality stars, like Heather Dubrow, Chelsea Houska, and Jenni Pulos, love to show off their adorable kids on social media. They never need a reason to share, but when they DO have a reason, watch out! As expected, they flooded social media with photos from Christmas Eve and Christmas. Here is a roundup of some of our favorites.
Lisa starts with words of compassion for Eileen Davidson and her family over their loss of Dick Van Patten: “It was a poignant, sad moment that tugged at my heart as you realize how great the family’s loss was. Life is all about saying goodbye, and I felt for them.”