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"You know, she's doing not so great now, to be honest," Kyle revealed during the WWHL After Show, below. "When it first happened, she was unbelievably strong, and I was so impressed by how she handled the situation when it actually happened. And then the days after, I think the shock wore off and it hit her."
Kyle went on to say that she imagines it will be a process for Dorit to move on from this horrifying ordeal. "I think it's gonna take her a long time to get over that. I don't know if you ever get over something like that, you know, having two men in your bedroom in the middle of the night, and one man downstairs," Kyle said. "And just to be home alone with just your kids is just absolutely terrifying."
Kyle was among the many to show her support to Dorit on Instagram after the incident. "Love you guys so much," she captioned a photo of Dorit and her family in an October 29 post. "So grateful you’re OK."
Garcelle Beauvais shared a sentiment about Dorit similar to Kyle in an interview with Extra earlier this month. “I have seen Dorit. She is taking it one day at a time," Garcelle said. "She is just grateful that she was not harmed and her kids weren’t harmed and that’s all she is focusing on and she’s got security, but she’s a little shaky.”
Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles' David Parnes, who is also friends with the Kemsleys, previously gave an update on how Dorit's husband, PK, was doing in the wake of the incident during his appearance on WWHL on November 4. "I've spoken to PK a lot. And they're really strong; it's just what happened was awful. Thank God they're OK. And [I] was actually a little bit teary speaking to PK and hearing it from him," the MDLLA agent shared in the below clip. "But I love them, and, again, thank God they're OK."
Last week, Dorit opened up to RHOBH alum Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave about how she was doing after the home invasion in an interview with Extra. "I am trying to put one foot in front of the other. It's coming in waves. It's very raw. But you know what, I have to keep things as normal as possible for my kids, because I got really lucky," she said. "I fought for my and my kids' lives, and I got really lucky. And I got lucky, and after that, no matter what that experience was, for the days that followed, I just kept thanking God that I got out of there, and my kids didn't wake up, and they didn't know anything about it."
As for her children, 7-year-old son Jagger and 5-year-old daughter Phoenix, Dorit said that they still have "no idea" what happened that night. "They woke up, and they went to school. And they're homeschooled, so they didn't go to school where, because the next day everybody knew about it, where kids were asking what happened," Dorit shared. "So, they've been contained in our normal life. They're used to people coming in and out of the house. That's the way they grew up. So I've managed to keep it as normal as possible for them while I'm working through what's happening in me physically."
And Dorit said that she knows there is still work to be done on the path to healing. "I'm learning, because I've never gone through something like this," she said. "And because of the outcome, I'm really able to wake up every morning and remember I'm lucky, I'm blessed, I can handle this."
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