Kyle Richards and her husband, Mauricio Umansky, finally decided not to move into a new place after they were victims to a home burglary while they were on vacation in Aspen in December 2017 and lost more than $1 million in personal items from their 10,600 square-foot colonial style Encino estate. But they recently admitted they still needed to take action in order to feel safe afterward.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills couple revealed on the Season 9 premiere that they've taken measures to secure their home from future incidents with the help of a friend: none other than Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave's husband, Edwin Arroyave, who owns a company called Skyline Security Management.
"There was one point after our house was burglarized that I thought, you know, I might have to sell my house," Kyle told Home & Design after the burglary. "But then I look at my dogs and see how much they love this house and I think, I could never leave. They’re so happy and it makes me so happy sitting out here in the morning having my coffee on the porch in my rocking chair, watching my dogs."
She recently reiterated their intent to stay put on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
"Right now we're there," she said, "but you never know."
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