The excitement of moving into a new home this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was quickly cut short for Kyle Richards when there was a massive break-in at the Encino, California abode at the end of last year while she and her family were away on vacation in Aspen.
Kyle opened up more about the incident during Part 2 of the RHOBH reunion Tuesday (clip above), sharing that basically all of her handbags and more than $1 million in jewelry were stolen. "Everything except what I had on my body," she said.
Kyle also shared that none of the stolen items have been recovered. After one fan suggested on Twitter that Kyle keep a lookout in places like the classifieds and local jewelry shops in case her stolen items are being sold there, she asked fans for their help. "If [anyone] happens to recognize something of mine please let me know," Kyle tweeted. "Could be online, pawnshops, resale shops."
Kyle tweeted that "what hurts the most" about the burglary is that many of the items that were stolen were passed down to her by her late mother, Kathleen Richards. "I wanted to pass [them] down to my girls," she tweeted.
The RHOBH mom revealed at the reunion that she's now not sure if she and her family will remain at their new house in Encino. "After we were burglarized, it really rocked my world, you know, having things taken from me. Hopefully, I'm gonna get past it and it's gonna be amazing. I have spoken to so many people who were burglarized who have been burglarized, and they get over it and are fine and it's a beautiful house," she explained. "We'll see, but I don't know yet."
Camille Grammer sent her sympathy to Kyle on Twitter as the RHOBH reunion aired. "It’s such a violation when you get robbed," she tweeted. "My heart goes out to @KyleRichards and @MauricioUmansky. So sad they [can't] recover any sentimental items."
But Camille also said that she's hoping that Kyle and her family can start to make happier memories in their new home. "I understand why Kyle would think of moving," she tweted. "But just give it some time Kyle. You found the perfect home for your family."
Kyle previously opened up to The Daily Dish about her home burglary in January, sharing that she had become "a little bit more cautious" about keeping items like jewelry at her home, as well as the information she shares with the world. "I think that in moving forward, I don't know if I'll be sharing on social media like I do now, 'Oh, I'm going here, I'm going there,'" she said. "It changes how you think about everything."
Find out more about how the burglary affected Kyle and her family, below.
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