As expected, she went all out with every aspect of the party, making me wish that Kyle could throw my next birthday party. The decor was unreal, the costumes were over the top, and there was even a Ferris wheel in the backyard.
It’s Tuesday and we’re serving you up a new reality star photo gallery. Today we have former Real Housewives of New York star Carole Radziwill attending the World Premiere Of “Hunter Killer” at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum in New York City.
Of course she talked about the Beverly Hills reunion, but she was also asked to weigh in on the Bethenny Frankelvs. Carole Radziwill feud. Kyle has been friends with Bethenny for over 25 years, so she does have a lot of insight when it comes to the Skinnygirl founder.
These days, Kyle Richards is the major reality TV star in her family, but long before her debut on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Kyle’s niece Paris Hiltonwas the queen of reality TV. Kyle used to name drop her famous nieces Paris and Nicky Hiltonduring her early seasons, but now she is a major name herself as one of the most likable Housewives.
Kyle took her daughters Sophia and Alexia Umansky to New York City to celebrate Paris Hilton’s birthday and I wish the family bonding was filmed for Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, or better yet, a separate reality show that I’ve been dreaming with a focus on Kyle and her famous family. Yes, I know that Kyle already has a scripted show in the works that is “loosely based” on her childhood, but a reality show with her sisters Kathy Hilton, Kim Richards, and all their children is a show that I would love to watch. Unfortunately, no one is picking up what I’m laying down, but the famous family did document some fun times together this past week for Paris’ birthday.
Glass Houses, in development now, is a drama created by The Good Wife writer and executive producer, Leonard Dick which follows main character Anisa Shattenkirk-Glass, a real estate upstart who challenges her family for control of the business. Wait – is this series based on Kyle or Mauricio Umansky?
There’s no chance that you are unaware that Kyle Richards has a scripted series in the works if you watched the last Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season. She brought it up just as much (if not more) times than she promoted The Agency. Still, this isn’t the first time that a Real Housewife has promoted a tentative TV series, but it looks like this is the one time that it’s actually going to happen.
Props to Kyle. It’s a (sadly) rare feat for one of these Real Housewives side projects to actually make it to air. Kyle did not give an exact date for her show’s premiere date, but it looks like it’s happening soon.