Bravo sisters Kim and Kyle Richards, of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, appear to be in a good place now that Kim has entered rehab.
During filming on the reality show’s fifth season, the Bravo sisters were at odds over a number of things, including Kim’s relationship with Brandi Glanville and her dog’s attack on Kyle’s daughter, Alexia. Then, after Kim was arrested in Beverly Hills after suffering an alcohol relapse, fans assumed things between them would grow even more strained. However, that wasn’t the case, and during her interview with Dr. Phil, Kim revealed she had recently spoke to Kyle. While simply touching base may seem like a small gesture, it was big for the Bravo sisters, who had been estranged for several months leading up to Kim’s arrest.
Although Kyle has yet to release an official statement regarding her sister’s arrest and rehab stint, she recently gave a thumbs up to paparazzi, when they asked her how she felt about her sister entering treatment.
According to an April 28 report by X17 Online, Kyle was out in Brentwood, California, earlier this morning, where she attended a SoulCycle class.
While walking to class, Kyle was asked, “Are you happy your sister got into rehab? Is that a good step for her?”
In response, Kyle gave a thumbs up, and said, “All good.”
While things between the Bravo sisters seem okay now, their reconciliation may be short-lived. As the Inquisitr previously reported, the Bravo sisters’ relationship could be headed for more drama, as Kim is reportedly considering an early exit from treatment. According to a Radar Online report on April 28, Kim may be cracking under the pressure to get clean.
“Kim’s detox was extremely brutal, and she kept saying she wanted to leave.”
In addition, the reality star is reportedly blaming Dr. Phil for forcing her to go to rehab.
“Kim is blaming Dr. Phil for ambushing her during the taping. With her kids there, Kim felt increased pressure to go. She is blaming everyone and anyone for the current situation, including her arrest and rehab stay.”
While the report claimed Kim was not in a good place mentally, she appears to remain in rehab, following her admittance into the facility on Friday.
The Bravo sisters have not yet confirmed their return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for Season 6, which is expected to resume filming later this year.
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