UPDATE (Nov. 15, 2018, 10:50 a.m.): The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newcomer Denise Richards and husband Aaron Phypers posted an update following their evacuation from their Malibu home as a result of the Woolsey Fire. In a video, the couple revealed that it was day six of the fires and they still can't get into their house and are staying in a hotel. "We're going to have to find another plan of action and see if we can go see if our home's still standing," Aaron said. "Look at the chaos here," he added, showing police officers in the background directing traffic at a checkpoint.
The two also implored Instagram followers to donate. "Please try to donate to help everyone suffering from these fires," Denise said, noting, "We're very lucky." Aaron implored, "People have no food, water, shelter, so do what you can."
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Eileen Davidson, who lives in the path of the Woolsey Fire, gave an update on her family's home. The Woolsey Fire is one of three wildfires in California which in total have a death toll of 50 people as of Wednesday, November 14, according to CNN. Eileen, who previously noted, "After living for 24 hours thinking we lost our house completely we found out yesterday that we only lost the yard around our house," posted a picture of the damage her property sustained on Tuesday, Nov. 13. "Feeling humbled and so devastated for everyone and every creature affected by [the Woolsey Fire]," she wrote, showing what appeared to be fire damage to the trees right outside her gates.
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As parts of California continue to deal with deadly and destructive wildfires that have killed at least 29 people and left many homeless, Denise Richards and Eileen Davidson are sharing their experiences with the disaster, which CNN notes will be the deadliest wildfire in the state's history.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newlywed Denise Richards confirmed that she and her family were evacuated from their Malibu home. "We love our community [Malibu,] so devastating... taking us hours to evacuate. Girls are safe. [Aaron and] I trying to get out with our furry children. Be safe everyone... so emotional seeing the devastating loss of homes, families [and] animals," she wrote, adding, "Exhausted, delirious, so grateful to get our fur babies out of our ranch [and] also able to help a rescue group with theirs. Thank you to all the firefighters [and] volunteers working tirelessly [and] helping all of us."
According to a hashtag she included on Instagram, it appears she had been affected by the Woolsey Fires, the same fire in which Camille Grammer lost her home, as she confirmed on Instagram. According to CNN, Gerard Butler, Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke, and Neil Young also lost their homes in that blaze.
RHOBH alum Eileen Davidson also offered an update on her own family's situation, noting that her home mostly survived the fires. "After living for 24 hours thinking we lost our house completely we found out yesterday that we only lost the yard around our house. Sweating it out for the next 48 hours and praying for everybody involved in this devastating and horrific fire. Love to all of you. #woolseyfires," she wrote.
Lisa Vanderpump confirmed on social media that she was organizing efforts to help those affected. She explained she was "collecting supplies for humans & animals at [Vanderpump Dogs] Center & distributing to evacuation centers, please drop by any supplies!"