Mauricio Umansky will not be tuning into the latest season of RHOBH. Plus, he sends a message to the haters questioning his marriage issues.
On the November 16th episode of the The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Show podcast, Mauricio Umansky revealed that he will not be watching season 13 of RHOBH as he has no interest in seeing the breakdown of his marriage to wife Kyle Richards play out on the show.
“I know that they’re dramatizing everything,” Mauricio Umansky told hosts Lauryn Evarts Bosstick and Michael Bosstick.
“There’s a bunch of stuff that I don’t really want to see because it will just create more noise for me and more opinions.”
“People that watch that show are all opinionated, and they just don’t realize it. There are two humans on the other side of your opinion. That’s really, really difficult,” the Buying Beverly Hills star added.
The 53-year-old would like everyone to stop prying into the state of his marriage until he and Kyle actually announce what their future holds. In fact, Mauricio sent a special message to those constantly asking about the status of his and Kyle’s marriage, noting that they are still exploring all options and figuring things out.
“When I know what I’m doing with my marriage, I will let you guys all know. Until then, everybody can take a hike and f–k off, pardon my language,” The Agency co-founder quipped.
Mauricio explained that while he and Kyle are separated, they are “giving each other time to allow things to happen.” He notes that their relationship does “not change every single minute in every single day.”
“I get calls, and I get stopped, and I get this, and I’m like, ‘Guys, like, it’s just not happening that fast,’” he said.
The father of four adds that he finds all the attention a “bit annoying.”
“I don’t need to read the speculation and the BS that’s out there, that’s speculative,” he shared.
“Everyone wants to know what’s going on with my marriage, like, I do too, you know, we’re normal people. We’re normal human beings going through a struggle; we’re going through issues like everybody else does,” he said. “There’s no playbook for how to deal with it. We’re humans, and it doesn’t change on a daily basis.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.