Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards knows drama. As wild and wacky as RHOBH gets with on-screen antics and gossip, the media personality insists she endeavors to live as normal life as possible off camera. This includes acclimating her children to reality television intrusions and accepting getting older.
Parade Magazine recently sat down with the 45-year-old reality show personality and asked her a few questions. We're featuring the questions that cover Richards’ recent plastic and cosmetic operation!
PM: You’ve been open about your plastic surgery in the past, would you be supportive if one of your daughters wanted to go under the knife?
KR: I guess it depends on what it would be. Most likely not, to be honest [laughs]. But if they were adamant and they were an adult, I would I guess have to see what it was.
PM: How did you find out you have chronic dry eye?
KR: Probably five years ago I was noticing that I was having to use artificial tears a lot. We were actually shooting the first season of RHOBH. and I was borrowing someone’s artificial tears and then it got to the point where it was so bad that I was uncomfortable all the time and very dependent on them. I would see the commercials and I would think ‘oh that’s not me, that can’t be me.’ I didn’t think I had an actual, real condition. But I finally went to my eye doctor and he diagnosed me. And that was six to nine months ago. I want people to go to Restasis.com, they don’t have to be living like that. They can look at [the website] and get a lot of answers to a lot of questions and they should see their eye doctor if they think they have that.”
PM: What do your daughters think about growing up on reality television?
KR: They don’t really pay attention. It’s kind of funny. Portia doesn’t know the difference because she turned two on the show and the other girls don’t really care. Sometimes they’ll show up, if they walk in the kitchen and the cameras are there, they’ll hang out sometimes and other times they’ll just turn around and walk out. Their friends don’t care at all. They’ve been with the same friends since, like, Mommy and Me, they’ve been in the same schools, and none of those kids are impressed or care. And I like that too. They don’t have aspirations to be in television, so I think they have a healthy relationship with reality television.
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