There was one Housewife who wasn’t directly part of the hysteria: Kyle Richards, Taylor’s closest RHoBH confidant. However, there was no way Kyle could escape that day without somehow being drawn into the tea party drama, as she inevitably was when Taylor asked her to back her up about Lisa’s “inflated ego.” (Kyle did admit to calling her bestie a bit arrogant.)
Then things got very heated when Camille Grammer started talking about Taylor and her marriage, and how the Housewives had protected Taylor.
Although it wasn’t Kyle’s fight to fight, in her latest Bravo blog she actually defended her former enemy’s decision to lay it all out:
.”..Sometimes people say things in the heat of the moment. Emotions were running high. This situation is very difficult and none of us wanted to hurt her or put her in harm’s way. Later, I told Taylor later that Camille was just saying what Taylor had told all of us,” she said, adding that the Taylor/Camille situation was “not something that was going to be resolved overnight.” We can attest to that: The former Mrs. Fraiser was then noticeably absent from Taylor’s daughter Kennedy’s birthday party.
Speaking of Kennedy’s party, Kyle was thrown into the middle of someone else’s fight again at the 6-year-old’s shindig when newcomer Brandi tried to talk to Kim who wouldn’t even look her way. In-the-middle Kyle says she “feels bad” about the fight’s longevity.
“Kim can be stubborn and hold a grudge. I would like to see her own up to her part of the fight, apologize, accept Brandi's apology, and move on,” she wrote. But is that actually in the cards? “I'm not holding my breath,” she wrote. “May I suggest the same to you?”
Guess that answers that question. We don’t know about the other ladies, but here’s hoping Kyle can keep herself out of other people’s drama next week!