“Le vere casalinghe di Beverly Hills” interpretate da Lisa Rinna e Denise Richards si truccheranno mai davvero? Il duo era amico da due decenni quando Richards si è unito a “RHOBH” nella stagione 9, incontrandosi durante i loro primi anni da modella, secondo ScreenRant. Durante la decima stagione, tuttavia, l’ex “casalinga” Brandi Glanville ha diffuso il pettegolezzo che lei e Richards hanno condiviso un appuntamento romantico una notte. Richards ha negato con veemenza la voce, arrivando persino a definire Glanville una semplice “conoscenza”.

However, after Richards departed "RHOBH" following Season 10, Rinna expressed regret over their last few encounters. "You know, I don't like my behavior and how I treated her," Rinna said on "Watch What Happens Live" in September 2021. "I was too cruel, I absolutely was, and I would like to atone for that." Now, it seems Rinna has receipts to prove her attempts at making nice.

Lisa Rinna insists she and Denise Richards have made up

Lisa Rinna is hoping the proof is in the screenshots. After her apology to Denise Richards was discussed on June 22's episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,"' Rinna took to her Instagram Stories the next day to prove it, via Page Six. A screenshot of an alleged text chain between Rinna and Richards read, "Denise, I'm deeply sorry for the way I treated you on and around the show. I hope you are doing well, and I wish you and your family nothing but the very best." Richards allegedly responded two days later, writing back, "Thank you so much for your text. It means alot. I hope you and your family is good."

Some have remained skeptical about the alleged text exchange. Rinna explained in a later Story that she didn't disclose the texts on "RHOBH" because she "thought it was private." However, she "thought we should set the record straight" after Richards seemingly denied its existence. Twitter users were also shaky on the screenshot's authenticity. "Shouldn't there be a 'Delivered' notification under the blue bubble though?" one fan wondered. Another noted, "I can text myself and save my name under denise." 

Perhaps, one fan summed it up best when they questioned the necessity for posting receipts in the first place. "If you are really sorry and care about @DENISE_RICHARDS in real life... it's no one's business but Denise and her husband what went down or didn't," they noted.


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