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Well, This Is Not How We Expected Lisa Vanderpump to Celebrate Easter
Amid the pandemic, the Vanderpump Rules matriarch spent the holiday having some good, clean fun.
While people around the world are putting an emphasis on cleaning amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, in recent weeks, Lisa Vanderpump has been especially dedicated to keeping her home spotless. Easter Sunday, it seems, was no exception.
In an Instagram video posted on April 12, the Vanderpump Rules matriarch donned a mask and gloves as she scrubbed her floor. With her signature dry humor, she quipped: "Happy Easter, everybody!"
While the holiday was just a bit less glamorous than it has been in past years, Lisa had the perfect setup to unwind after she finished cleaning. As she wiped the surface, her outdoor patio boasting a chic concrete fire pit and breathtaking view was on full display behind her.
Lisa recently got very real about maintaining her home amid the pandemic. “After a day of scrubbing, washing Ken’s Underpants and Schnooky’s butt, cooking, cleaning, chasing ponies, vacuuming, self-manicuring and endless news," she wrote on Instagram, "I think it’s time for a glass of wine and #VanderpumpRules."
On the April 7 episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen: @ Home, meanwhile, Lisa named her pink gloves as a top quarantine essential. “I can wash everything with these. Look at these," she said at the time. "I guess I could even do Ken’s butt if I had to!”
Lisa's daughter, Pandora Vanderpump Sabo, had a slightly more festive holiday at her home. In a series of Instagram Stories, Pandora showed off her stunning tablescape and brunch for the day, featuring pastel-clad bunnies, speckled robin's eggs, ginger-carrot mimosas, and blood-orange-hibiscus margaritas topped with images of her beloved dog, Darling.
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