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Monday, January 16, 2023

RHOBH, Kyle Richards drags Reza Farahan after he called her 'overrated'

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that RHOBH, Kyle Richards drags Reza Farahan after he called her 'overrated'.... 
Kyle Richards showed off her incredibly toned abs in a selfie shared on social media Sunday. 

The actress, who turned 54-years-old on January 11, posed in her clothing-filled closet in a very tiny black bikini with a bra top and low cut bottom. 

She lifted her arm at an angle and put her hand behind her head to showcase her muscular biceps and triceps. The Agency is the real estate company founded by her husband, Mauricio Umansky, featured in the Netflix show, Buying Beverly Hills. 

The show has been a hit on Netflix and two of Kyle's daughters Alexia, 26, and Farrah, 34, are part of the cast. Speaking during an appearance on Amazon Live recently, she revealed she was relieved the first season of the show had gone so well and that her kids came through with flying colors. 

'I’m really happy that people love the show, because that was very scary for me. I was not into the idea of my girls doing a reality show with all the stuff that I go through, but they really came through shining,' she stated. 

'You could see they’re smart, and they’re together, and they’re good girls – thank God! Then again, that’s season one. You never know what could happen in season two.' The reality star, who like many celebs, spent the winter holidays in Aspen, appeared to be following up on her efforts to stay in shape. 

A week ago, she and bestie Teddi Mellencamp posed for a post-workout photo, along with a couple of friends, revealing their efforts to keep each other accountable.

'We all have different goals, different dreams, but the one thing we have in common is that we want to see each other succeed,' they wrote.

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