During the final part of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion, Kyle Richards failed to reconcile with her sister Kathy Hilton, though she hoped the taping would bring them back together. The sibling feud began when castmate Lisa Rinna alleged Kathy made threatening remarks about Kyle. Though Lisa’s claims were questionable, Kyle seemed uninterested in shutting it down.
Before the reunion concluded, Kathy insinuated Kyle was acting like a martyr (the former actress cried multiple times on the couch as her sister questioned the need for weeping). Kyle, who has been a castmate since the beginning, was slammed by fans this season over her treatment of Kathy.
Speaking with The Daily Mail, in a video shared by @bravosnarkside on Instagram, Kyle addressed her current relationship with Kathy.
“Sisters always make up,” she shared.
The star also added, “We just threw a shower for my niece. All my sisters. Together.”
Kyle suggested there are “a lot of feuds” right now, which was seemingly addressed at the other cast members, who fought continually throughout the season.
On the night the reunion concluded, Kyle wrote a post on Instagram, hinting at the impact of season 12.
“It’s just a show they said …it’ll be fun they said 😵💫,” wrote the star. “Tonight the Reunion part 3 is here. Thank you for watching this season. It’s been rough no doubt.”
She continued, “There have been good times and bad times. As I walk away from this season I will try to focus on the good.”
Kyle then thanked fans for “calling me out when needed,” and she claimed she “appreciate[s]” it.
“There are always lessons to be learned during challenging times. I like to believe we can all grow from these experiences,” she said. “I know I learn and grow from each season.”
At the end of her post, the star admitted, “I am looking forward to it being over and moving on.”
Perhaps the planning of their niece’s baby shower triggered a reconciliation. Many fans are rooting for the sisters to maintain their bond after they recently made up from a previous feud, which lasted almost a decade.