Harry Hamlin is giving his two cents on the PuppyGate drama that’s affecting the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
“This year there was a lot of, there seems to be a lot of heat around the whole dog story and I have a feeling that there’s a secondary agenda there may be; a new show in the works called Vanderpump Dogs, perhaps,” the 67-year-old actor tells Us Weekly.
Harry’s wife was the first to call out Vanderpump for using the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to launch her second spinoff show on Bravo focusing on her dog rescue Vanderpump Dogs.
While Harry has his own opinions on PuppyGate he knows his wife doesn’t need him to fight her battles.
Harry says he doesn’t see RHOBH as “a family affair” and knows Rinna “can handle” the upcoming season 9 reunion.
“I mean the bunny one from a couple years ago I guess, and that was phenomenal,” Harry said, reflecting on the season 7 reunion. “I mean I don’t know how she did but she squeezed out one single tear and it broke the heart of America. I loved that; it was great.”
Harry added that he hasn’t seen or heard much from Vanderpump over the last few months, telling Us Weekly, “I think she’s keeping a low profile right now.”
While on the subject of reality TV, Harry also confirmed rumors that his daughters Delilah Belle, 20, and Amelia Gray, 17 are working on their own reality TV show.
“My kids are exploring that right now doing their own show,” Hamlin confirmed. “They have a thing with Lionsgate that they’re working on right now, so I don’t know. I don’t know if I would be in that. I’m not really a reality guy myself but I certainly support my family if they want to do it, I’d support them in that.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.