The newest queen of Beverly Hills is already preparing for the day she’ll give up her throne.
Kyle Richards revealed that she “eventually” will “have to walk away” from “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” in a new interview with Pedestrian.
“Every year I think, ‘Oh, it’s a given,’” Richards, 52, explained. “But you kind of wait and see how you feel, and then, you know, they start bringing it up again to see where your head’s at. I’ve been here a long time.”
Lisa Vanderpump was previously known as “the queen” of “RHOBH” in its earlier seasons, but Richards — who has been a staple on the show since its inception in 2010 — took over the title after the restaurateur left the series.
However, the women have still been going at it with each other both in the press and on social media.
Most recently, Richards slammed Vanderpump and their former co-star Camille Grammer for alleging that she spread a rumor about Erika Jayne’s now-estranged husband Tom Girardi’s financial issues during Andy Cohen’s 2019 baby shower.
Richards also accused Vanderpump, 61, of “gaslighting” her amid a social media feud over the summer.
Their off-screen drama seemingly began when Vanderpump jokingly sent her $132 dinner bill to Richards’ table while they were dining at the same restaurant. Richards was having dinner with a “RHOBH” producer at the time.
As for their on-screen issues? The chaos all went down during “RHOBH” Season 9 when Vanderpump and her husband, Ken Todd, kicked Richards out of their home in an epic blowout.
In their words, there could be a “goodbye Kyle” after all.