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Dorit Kemsley Shares Scenes From Her "Bittersweet" Family Passover Seder
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom's Passover celebration looked a little different this year amid self-quarantine.
Dorit Kemsley is used to having big Passover dinners with her extended family. This year, of course, things were a little bit different.
When the Jewish holiday rolled around on April 8, Dorit celebrated with the small crew she's self-quarantined with, including her husband, Paul "PK" Kemsley, and their two adorable tots, Phoenix and Jagger. And though this year's celebration wasn't as expansive as ones held in years past, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom did the best she could to uphold tradition.
In her Instagram Stories, Dorit shared how her celebration was coming together. Showing a pot of homemade soup, the Beverly Hills mom wrote: "Small matzo ball soup today since it's just our immediate family for Passover seder."
In her next slide, Dorit shared a glimpse of her table, which was set with a crystal seder plate and textured white placemats. "Setting the table was bittersweet for me today as it's the first Passover that I can't be with the rest of our family," she wrote.
Dorit later shared clips of PK leading Jagger through a blessing, and the whole group singing. "A night filled with traditional songs," she wrote."I grew up with about 60 plus people at our Passover dinners." Doubling down on her prevalent sentiment for the evening, the swimwear designer wrote: "Tonight is bittersweet. I miss my family, especially on a night like tonight."
There was one aspect of the celebration that boosted Dorit's spirits, and that was her kids' kindness toward each other. When PK announced that he was going to hide a piece of matzo, and that whoever found it would get a "special Passover prize," Phoenix protested.
"It's not fair if somebody gets it and other people don't," the mini cooking show host lamented. Jagger had a solution: "Don't worry; I'll share my prize with you," the big brother said.