Kyle Richards is addressing it all!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills OG appeared on Wednesday’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. During the appearance, Kyle dished on everything from Jill Zarin’s concerns about her marriage to Garcelle Beauvais’ “extremely rude” public swipe at her. She also sounds off on Denise Richards’ hubby Aaron Phypers’ recent behavior towards the ladies of RHOBH.
To start, WWHL host Andy Cohen asked Kyle: “What would you do if Mauricio [Umansky] spoke to the ladies the way Aaron has been speaking to everyone this season?”
“I would not be happy,” Kyle admitted. “Sorry to say, he wouldn’t do it, but I really wouldn’t be happy.”
Kyle then joked that Aaron should take a page out of Maurico’s book and show up stoned to some of the group events.
Next up, Kyle reacted to former Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin’s concerns about her marriage to Mauricio.
Jill recently told Us Weekly that she “worries” about Kyle and Mauricio’s marriage because reality tv is “not good for any relationship.”
“I worry,” Jill admitted. “I think they are a really great couple, but I know that Bobby and I after a few years, I felt it. I felt shaky. Not very shaky, but I felt a little shaky, and I hope she gets off before anything happens to her and Mauricio.”
Despite Jill’s concerns, Kyle says she’s isn’t worried about her marriage.
Kyle told Andy, “I did hear that. Oh, you know I just think that she was coming from… because there is that supposed jinx with marriages and the Housewives. But we’re going strong, almost 25 years married.”
She then moved on to discuss her thoughts on Garcelle Beauvais’ speech at the Los Angeles Mission Gala.
A few episodes back, Garcelle was honored for her volunteer work by the LA Mission. The ladies all showed up to support her, but Garcelle’s speech took the ladies by surprise, especially because she seemed to shade a few of them – mainly Kyle.
Garcelle told the crowd at the gala, “I want to say thank you to that table over there, everybody who supports me, loves me. My new best friends. Some of them, not so much, but we’ll figure that out.”
“I was totally blindsided,” Kyle confessed to Andy. “I thought we were getting along great. I adored her and I thought she was a great addition to the show.”
Kyle continued, “I was one of the first people to raise my hand and donate to her charity, and she didn’t acknowledge that in the episodes or anything, which I didn’t do it to be acknowledged. But it was really rude. It was really unbelievably rude to stand up and make a speech like that.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.