It’s certainly no secret that I literally cannot get enough of Bravo‘s hit reality show The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, I could watch these ladies 24/7, one measly hour a week (on Monday) barely feeds my intense obsession! Four of the girls gathered at Kyle Richards‘ (the most stylish of the bunch who also happens to have the hottest hubby, Mauricio Umansky) house for a holiday-themed photo shoot featured in the latest issue of Life & Style magazine. Sadly Kyle’s sister, Kim Richards, couldn’t attend since she’s currently dealing with her many issues in rehab (Kim seriously breaks my heart, I think she’s a sweet girl but has a bunch of problems that have apparently come to a head) and Lisa Vanderpump dropped out at the very last minute because of a surprise trip. But Camille Grammer (who I totally have fallen in love with this season), Taylor Armstrong and Adrienne Maloof all joined in the festive fun! Although I do enjoy the other Housewives franchises (Atlanta, New York, Orange County, and New Jersey), I must say that Beverly Hills really does top all the other cities at the moment, I can’t wait to see how the rest of the explosive and gripping second season plays out, these ladies sure know how to create high drama!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars aren’t known for keeping the heavenly peace, but Kyle Richards, Adrienne Maloof and even warring Camille Grammer and Taylor Armstrong got into the Christmas spirit when they gathered at Kyle’s chic LA home for their exclusive Life & Style holiday-themed photo shoot, featured in the new issue – on newsstands now!
Instead of catfights, the four castmembers told Life & Style their Christmas traditions as they got into the holiday spirit. “Christmas is my favorite time of year — by Halloween, I’m already listening to Christmas music, and I had the lights up before Thanksgiving this year,” said Kyle, who also celebrates Hannukkah with husband Mauricio Umansky.
For Taylor, who’s ringing in the holidays for the first time since her estranged husband, Russell Armstrong, committed suicide, it’s all about sticking with traditions for daughter, Kennedy, 5. “We’ll get a small tree for her playroom and another for downstairs,” Taylor tells Life & Style. “Kennedy sprinkles Santa dust [glitter in a velvet pouch] around the house because it’s supposed to reflect off the moonlight and help guide Santa’s way to our house.”