The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in a referendum held on Thursday. It remains to be seen how the historic vote will affect the country and the rest of the world, but the value of the British pound and stock prices dropped after the results of the vote were reported, according to The New York Times.
That's something British Bravoleb Lisa Vanderpump observed when she took to Twitter to express her feelings about the British exit, or "#Brexit" as many have been referring to the result on social media.
After getting into a bit of a spat with one Twitter user, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills restaurateur ultimately said that "we will wait and see what transpires" from the vote before worrying too much about its impact.
The American-born, now-London resident Juliet Angus was not happy about Britain leaving the E.U., as the Ladies of London fashionista expressed with an image of a tear on the European flag on Instagram.
Southern Charm's Landon Clements, who is an avid world traveler, seemed to show her disappointment over the referendum vote by sharing 17th-century English poet John Donne's famous "no man is an island" excerpt showing the dangers of isolationism.
However, Landon's fellow Charmer Shep Rose seems to be in favor of #Brexit.
Tabatha Coffey was surprised by the news.
Comedian and Radio Andy host Amy Phillips compared #Brexit to a Real Housewives of New York City departure, which got the thumbs up from Andy Cohen and Bethenny Frankel herself, who retweeted the post.
While we wait and see what effect #Brexit has, learn more about British culture, courtesy of Ladies of London's Marissa Hermer, below.