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‘Real Housewives’ Lisa Vanderpump Says She Isn’t ‘Mad’ At Kyle Richards Or The Other Women After Hamptons Drama

The sixth episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills that aired on Tuesday highlighted Lisa Vanderpump’s Bella Magazine cover party in the Hamptons. In the show, she and Ken arrived after Kyle Richards, Eileen Davidson, and Lisa Rinna. By the time Lisa V. showed up, the women had left the hotel rooms she booked for them, and settled at a sprawling rental home in the Hamptons. When Vanderpump read a note from the women letting her know they left the hotel, she wasn’t too happy with her friends for taking off unexpectedly.

Lisa Vanderpump’s latest entry on her Bravo blog indicates that she wasn’t upset with Kyle or the other women for leaving the hotel in lieu of their posh pad in the Hamptons.

Lisa Vanderpump wasn't mad at Kyle Richards or the other women for leaving the hotel so they could stay at a rental house in the Hamptons (Photo by: Demis Maryannakis/STAR MAX/IPx).
Lisa Vanderpump wasn’t mad at Kyle Richards or the other women for leaving the hotel so they could stay at a rental house in the Hamptons.[Photo by: Demis Maryannakis/STAR MAX/IPx]
Vanderpump writes on her Real Housewives blog, “It was promised to be a fun filled weekend and yes, I was a little disappointed when I arrived to be greeted with a scribbled note that they had left. Kyle notably commented that I would like to be in the house too, maybe so, but life is invariably dependent on the decisions you make in the moment and I knew for me to leave would be insulting to all who had hosted us. I wasn’t mad at them, but it would’ve been more considerate to have waited until I arrived, methinks!”

Kyle commented in one of the RHOBH scenes that she thought Vanderpump felt left out of their new plan.

Lisa Vanderpump also addressed the situation with Kyle’s sister, Kim Richards. In the episode, Kyle was still absorbing the news that her sister was caught taking $600 worth of toys out of a Target store. Kyle wasn’t happy about Vanderpump talking about this so openly at the Bella Magazine event, but Lisa writes in her blog that she wasn’t the one who brought it up. She further explains that she’s always defended Kim and thought it was a bad thing she was publicly humiliated instead of being gently approached.

Lisa writes, “I always felt defensive of Kim’s actions. It was one I draw from experience, my personal experience of dealing with the public for years…so let’s say, hypothetically, somebody I recognized and knew to be challenged with addiction tried to leave without paying the bill in my restaurant, possibly the last thing I would do would be to call the police. It would be to gently, diplomatically remove them from situation, realizing their judgment was altered, not to humiliate them with dire consequences. I am not advocating she should be exempt from the law, but…obviously as she wandered out of Target with a trolley full of toys, all was not well with her and making it a public spectacle I believe was a cheap shot.”

One of the more comical scenes with Lisa Vanderpump on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Tuesday night involved newcomer, Erika Jayne. In the episode, Erika called Lisa a “diva.” These two are still trying to feel each other out and the “diva” remark was a cute “little jab,” Vanderpump said.

Erika Jayne called Lisa Vanderpump a "diva" on episode 6 of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP).
Erika Jayne called Lisa Vanderpump a “diva” on Episode 6 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. [Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP]
Lisa Vanderpump wrote, “Erika calling me diva was a cute little jab and I embraced it and knew it was innocuous and playful.”

On last week’s RHOBH episode, Lisa V. teased Erika Jayne about being the wife of a 76-year-old man and the fact that she wore practically the same color of pink shoes she had on. These two women appear to have a fun chemistry that viewers will get to enjoy this season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

[Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP]

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