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Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin make some gorgeous babies. Both of their model daughters — Amelia Gray Hamlin and Delilah Belle Hamlin — have supermodel looks that have landed them prestigious gigs in the fashion industry. But, will the ladies ever follow in their mama's footsteps by appearing on a reality TV show?
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills momager answered that very question during her March 20 appearance on Busy Tonight. OK, so she didn't so much answer the question as give us a tantalizing hint, but let's just say she spilled enough tea to leave us very intrigued.
First, Lisa chatted about managing her daughter's careers. "I tried not to be [a momager], I tried to get out of it," she confessed. "But here's the thing: If I don't do it, nothing gets done ... I oversee everything. I look at every e-mail. Yeah, you have to! I totally understand Kris Jenner now in a way that I never — I look up to Kris Jenner ... because she has done it better than everyone." She added: "If I could, I'd call Kris Jenner every day."
So, can we expect Keeping Up with the Hamlins to hit airwaves soon? Well, no. But, Lisa didn't rule out reality TV for her gorgeous offspring.
When Busy Philipps asked whether Ameila and Delilah will ever have a show of their own, Lisa said: "Well, maybe, possibly. It's not anything that I have anything to do with. How about that? How about I am not involved, and if it were to happen, it would be strictly because they're creating that themselves, and I am not involved."
Keep scrolling to hear Lisa talk more about her decision to manage her daughters' careers.
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