Kyle Richards was all of us when Kim Richards returned Lisa Rinna's stuffed animal bunny for her newborn grandson during this season's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion. As Kyle's jaw dropped in shock, and she squirmed in her seat in discomfort, we definitely did the same.
But this moment had the potential to be even more awkward for Kyle, since it once again put her in the middle of the tension between her sister and her good friend. Now that the bunny has found a home in the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen Clubhouse, even getting to travel back to the West Coast as the show tapes at the Palace Theatre in Los Angeles this week, Kyle gave an update on whether or not there's been any fallout from Bunnygate. "Lisa Rinna is the kind of person, like I know that she's a good person, and I actually really like Lisa Rinna. She does a lot of things where, 'Oh my gosh, why would you do that? Why would you say that?'" Kyle explained during the WWHL After Show Wednesday night. "But I get over things really quickly, and so does she. So we just move past it, honestly."
Plus, who could stay mad when they're holding a stuffed animal as adorable as this bunny? "Aw, it's so cute!" Kyle gushed while cradling the bunny on WWHL.
In fact, the bunny has done quite a bit of traveling since Andy got custody of the stuffed animal following the RHOBH reunion. In addition to hanging out in L.A., the bunny has also gone on tour with Andy and Anderson Cooper, visiting cities like Baltimore and Providence and even flying in a helicopter on its way to Atlantic City.
We mean, when you get to hang with celebs in the Clubhouse 24/7, we say you're pretty much living the life.
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