Why Does Kim Richards Feel Bad For Eileen Davidson And Lisa Rinna?

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS -- "Reunion" -- Pictured: (l-r) Kim Richards, Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump -- (Photo by:Isabella Vosmikova/Bravo)

Kim Richards may not have been a regular Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member this season, but she wanted to share her thoughts on this week’s reunion episode.  Kim shared her joy over her upcoming grandchild and also gave her take on Lisa Rinna’s behavior – and more – this season.

“I want to start by saying thank you all for all the love, prayers and encouragement that you showed Monty and my family over these last two years.”  Kim misses him immensely, “but he has given me a new strength I never even knew!” Another thing that is giving Kim motivation and strength? The news that she’s going to be a grandma! “By now I’m sure you’ve heard the news that I am going to be a grandma. My daughter Brooke and son-in-law Thayer are expecting a little boy! I can’t wait for this exciting new chapter in our lives. I am thrilled and excited to be Grandma. I know Monty is up there watching over all of us. He is now our true guardian angel!”


Kim blogs that she is very happy to be back on good terms with Kyle, “this last year with my sister Kyle was a difficult time, and I missed her a lot. It was a rough one, but I am grateful to be where I am today. I want to thank you for all the love and support. The words of encouragement from all of you and the fellow sisters out there were so helpful. Of course Kyle and I had to be ready in our time and do the work ourselves. But it was encouraging to hear about other sisters in our corner. So many thanks to all of you.”

Kim didn’t watch the entire season of the show since she was preoccupied with getting better and taking care of herself, but she weighs in on what she did see and experience. “From what I did see, things seemed to only get worse with Lisa Rinna, and I and wasn’t even there to engage with her. I always seemed to be a constant topic of conversation for her and Eileen.” 


She continues, “I’m a little baffled as to how after almost two years of some sort of a personal attack on me that her response was, “I was actually shocked oops…,” “That was wrong, and I’m sorry,” ” I wish you well,” “That’s what I’ve got for you,” and “I’m human.” I didn’t feel like I got a proper or sincere apology. She has done the same thing to my friends. For her to ever say the word Munchausen after everything Yolanda has been through is just AWFUL! What a hurtful thing to say. Yolanda already has enough on her plate. Lisa and Eileen have been talking about my friends and me since day one.”

Kim says she’s genuinely ready to accept an apology from Rinna and just move on, but she doesn’t feel Lisa’s apology was sincere, “I live in the now, not the past, and I don’t even choose to go into the future. So accepting an apology and moving forward is what I’m all about–if it is genuine. But I did not feel Lisa or Eileen were genuine. I feel bad about that. But I mostly feel bad for them. Living their lives constantly through other people’s worlds can’t be fun. Certainly there is no real happiness always storing and harboring negative energies.”


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