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See Inside Amelia Gray Hamlin's $5,700-Per-Month Los Angeles Apartment
Lisa Rinna's daughter was particularly excited about her 900-square-foot abode's chic bedroom.
As Lisa Rinna got ready to help Amelia Gray Hamlin move into her first apartment in Los Angeles, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom reflected on how her daughter's milestone would impact her parenting style.
"Amelia is moving in a week. Even though she's going to be in Los Angeles, she won't be under my roof," Lisa said on the show's August 19 episode. "It's my work to not be a hovering helicopter parent and really just go, 'You know what, you gotta let 'em go.'"
On RHOBH's July 22 episode, Amelia began her search for a new home by hiring Kyle Richards' daughter Alexia Umansky as her real estate agent. While the model had a lengthy wish list for her dream apartment, it seems Alexia was able to find her a place that met almost all of her requirements, including "a pretty kitchen island," "a pretty refrigerator," and "big windows."
Amelia was especially pleased with the 900-square-foot home's bedroom. "I like the size of the room," she said. "Because I'm very used to a small room." For Lisa, the apartment provided a reassuring sense of security, as she explained: "I like the fact that you'd be very safe here."
As for the one-bedroom, one-bathroom home's hefty $5,700 per month price tag, Lisa explained that she would help her daughter "a little bit," echoing her sentiments from the July 22 episode. "I think $1,000 would be fair for help," she said at the time. "The rest is on her."
Amelia has since moved out of the apartment and into a house with her sister, Delilah Belle Hamlin. The abode boasts at least two bedrooms, a chic kitchen, and what appears to be personal outdoor space. In a series of Instagram Story photos, Amelia described the home as "the perfect lil house."
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