It’s another season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which means it’s time for another Richards sisters feud.
We’ve seen Kim and Kyle Richards at each other’s throats, but this season it seems that we’ll see a new Richards sisters feud between Kyle and her older sister, Kathy Hilton. Hilton is famously the mother of Paris and Nicky, as well as the wife of real estate mogul, Rick Hilton.
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We got our first glimpse of the Richards-Hilton feud in the premiere episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills when Kyle talked about selling a TV pilot based on her childhood. Richards told castmate Lisa Vanderpump that there were tensions about the potential airing of dirty laundry.
In the second episode, we learned that Kyle was disinvited from her niece Nicky Hilton’s wedding. By the end of the episode, Kyle was back on the invite list along with two of her daughters. Richards’ other two daughters and husband, Mauricio Umansky, were not invited.
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E! Online reports that Umansky is banned from all Hilton events. Umansky used to work for Rick Hilton, but left to start his own company.
“Rick and his team wouldn’t make Mauricio a partner, even after years of working there and a lot of success. So he left. Now, Mauricio is not welcome at any Hilton events. It puts Kyle in a terrible position because she always has to choose between her husband and her older sister,” a source told the publication.
Now that the episode has aired, Radar Online is reporting that the wedding invite feud has been reignited. A source said, “An insider said the gloves are off after Kyle brought up the drama surrounding her niece Nicky Hilton’s London wedding on Tuesday’s episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
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Something tells me that we’re going to see a lot more of this feud this season, especially since they’re still squabbling. If things get tense at your family holiday festivities, just remember it could be worse, as in Richards-Hilton level worse.
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