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Inside Kyle Richards' Family Easter Celebration in Their Luxe Backyard
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills family had a fun-filled day of painting, swimming, and grilling within their home's opulent outdoor space.
While Kyle Richards loves any excuse to host an outdoor party at home, as The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member and her family are hunkered down at their abode during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the group celebrated Easter with a low-key day amongst themselves in their expansive backyard.
During the day, Kyle's daughters, Farrah Aldjufrie, Alexia Umansky, Sophia Umansky and Portia Umansky, sat at an outdoor table next to their luxe pool for a painting session. In an Instagram Story, Sophia captioned a snap of Farrah hard at work: "Arts & crafts."
Alexia, meanwhile, shared a video of herself happily sipping a drink while painting. She wrote alongside the clip: "Lemmeee just get my wine."
With the sun shining, it seems the group had the perfect weather for an outdoor celebration. Farrah shared a video of the stunning outdoor space's multi-colored flowers, adding Ella Fitzgerald's "Spring Is Here" to the clip for emphasis on the gorgeous day.
The family fun moved from day to night, as Mauricio Umansky shared a clip of the dinner he was grilling just steps away from the beautifully-lit pool, which features several fire pits around its perimeter.
While showcasing the food he was preparing, Mauricio wrote: "Happy Easter."
As Mauricio cooked the meal, Portia took a dip in the pool's built-in jacuzzi, as seen in an Instagram Story shared by Farrah.
The family also recently celebrated Passover from their chic home bar. Drinking red wine and eating crackers, the group had company join them via video chat for the occasion. In 2016, Kyle, who converted to Judaism, opened up to BravoTV.com about celebrating holidays with her multi-faith family. "I converted [because my husband is Jewish] but my oldest daughter did not," Kyle said, while discussing Christmas and Hanukkah at the time. "So I celebrate both in honor of her."
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