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Lisa Vanderpump Reunites with Daughter Pandora "After Months of Isolating"
The Vanderpump Rules restaurateur shared a glorious photo of her family reunion.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused many families to remain apart for long periods of time as people practice social distancing and self-isolate.
Lisa Vanderpump knows that struggle all too well. The Vanderpump Rules restaurateur has been sheltering in place away from her children, Pandora Vanderpump Sabo and Max Vanderpump Todd, for the past couple of months during the pandemic with just her husband, Ken Todd, and her menagerie of animals at home at Villa Rosa.
But you can file this under "good news," because Lisa was finally able to reunite with Pandora on April 27. She shared a photo of her glorious get-together with her daughter on Instagram, showing the two sipping wine at a table outside surrounded by their beloved pups, naturally. "Finally, after months of isolating, I see my daughter!" Lisa gushed in the caption to the post, along with "#reunited."
Pandora has been at home with her husband, Jason Sabo, during this time, and he has been picking up some new hobbies, including baking. Rounding out their "quaranteam" is their dog Darling. Pandora recently shared "a little fluffy selfie" with her "quarantine partner in crime" on Instagram.
Lisa and her family have been personally impacted by the coronavirus. Ken's son and Lisa stepson, Warren Todd, came down with the infection and has now recovered. "We were very worried," Lisa shared on Twitter earlier this month, adding that it was "brutal."
Though Vanderpump Dogs remains open amid the pandemic, all of Lisa's restaurants and bars in Los Angeles and Las Vegas are temporarily closed. "It's been devastating. It's not just our business; it's our life as well. So many people have worked for us for years. Now they're all on unemployment," Lisa opened up about how she and her employees have been coping with the closures during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen: @ Home on April 7. "Just everything's gone right now. We can't go in there, I can't see what's going on. It's been devastating. It's been really sad, I have to say."
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