Looking back at our Real Housewives franchises, there are often people we wonder about after they leave a show. Where did they go when their moment in the spotlight was over? What are they up to now? Each week, we'll be looking into the lives of one of these familiar faces—. Today, it's Faye Resnick from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Her one-time nemesis, former Housewife Camille Grammer, famously called her "the morally corrupt Faye Resnick." Lisa Vanderpump branded her "an attack dog." And she solidified her reputation on the show when she told Brandi Glanville that she "will never, ever be a lady."
It's been almost two years since Faye's been on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills but she's not far from the women. These days, "Faye is great," her friend Kyle Richards tells The Daily Dish. "She's busy working on her design business and she's about to start some work in New York City."
And what a project it is: Kyle's niece Paris Hilton just revealed that Faye will be unleashing her interior design skills on her NYC apartment. "Can't wait to see what she does with my New York loft! It will be sick!" Paris recently tweeted. (Faye was also the creative force behind the in-house nightclub at Paris' L.A. home, as well as her old party pad in the Hollywood Hills that featured a stripper pole—plus all of the décor in Kyle's homes.)
While her professional pursuits are strong, her personal life is, too. She's still with attorney Everett Jack Jr., whom she calls "the love of my life," and just flipped a house they bought together: After purchasing a Hollywood Hills home in 2012, Faye worked her design magic on it and in the summer of 2014, they sold it for $2.29 million.
Faye also appears to have made nice with Camille: the two both accompanied Kyle, her husband Mauricio and their daughter Alexia to a March 2014 charity event in Las Vegas, where she returned in October to party with her close pal Kris Jenner for the Kardashian family matriarch's 59th birthday.