Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive videos, sweepstakes, and more!
Mauricio Umansky is giving fans a glimpse at his family's Passover celebration this year, and trust us when we say it is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills husband took to Instagram on March 30 to wish his followers a "Happy Passover" from himself and his father, Eduardo Umansky, as well as his brother-in-law and his two sons. "So great spending time with family," Mauricio gushed in the caption to the cheery post.
If you think this father and son look alike now, just check out the throwback photo Mauricio shared in his Instagram Story, originally posted by his daughter, Sophia, showing Mauricio as a kid with his dad and mom, Estella Sneider. "Am I the only one who thought that Eduardo was present day Mau," Sophia captioned the snap, also noting that Mauricio and Eduardo are "twins."
Estella was also at the get-together that took place prior to the official start of Passover, as you can see in the below lovely photo with Eduardo and Mauricio's wife, Kyle Richards. Estella also noted on her Instagram that Kyle and Mauricio's daughters Sophia and Farrah Aldjufrie were unable to attend, but they were "with us at heart!"
"We had such a great time. Lots of love and laughter!" Estella wrote in a post on Instagram that featured a collection of pics from the night, including one of Mauricio and his sister, Sharon Umansky Benton, who is also an agent at The Agency. "The best gift of life #familyunity. LOVE YOU ALL!"
This wasn't the only Passover celebration happening over in Beverly Hills. Dorit Kemsley also shared an adorable photo of husband Paul "PK" Kemsley and their children, Jagger and Phoenix, from their Passover seder. "We couldn’t make it to see my family on the East Coast this year but we did get to spend it at a dear [friend's] house who made a beautiful Passover service observing all the traditions I grew up on," Dorit wrote in the post. "Out of respect, I didn’t take any pics of our Seder dinner so this is the only pic I have before the evening started. It was a perfect night."
Dorit also opened up about why Passover is a holiday that will always have a special place in her heart. "I grew up in a very large family and we were always together for all holidays, birthdays, graduations, every celebration you can think of. My mother has 4 sisters and each one of the sisters had the job of hosting one of the [holidays] at their house," Dorit shared. "My mother’s holiday was always Passover and she would cook for 40++ people every year. Our seders were long (thanks Aba) but also some of the best memories of my childhood."
Want more RHOBH? Catch up on the Bravo app.
The Daily Dish is your source for all things Bravo, from behind-the-scenes scoop to breaking news, exclusive interviews, photos, original videos, and, oh, so much more. Subscribe to The Daily Dish podcast, join our Facebook group, and follow us on Instagram for the latest news hot off the presses. Sign up to become a Bravo Insider and be the first to get exclusive extras.