Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards can pretty much juggle it all.
Posing on the latest cover of Social Life she discusses how she manages being a reality star and a mom of four.
Richards, 50, also shed some light on the ongoing feud with former best friend, Lisa Vanderpump, 58.
The banter all started over ‘puppygate,’ in which Vanderpump allegedly spread the rumor that Dorit Kemsley’s, 41, puppy ended up at a kill shelter.
‘If Lisa does something wrong, it is very hard for her to own her behavior because she is a perfectionist and wants to be perceived as being perfect all the time,’ she shared with the magazine.
The pair ended up getting into a huge argument over the ordeal.
‘She threw our relationship down the toilet and I flushed it!’ Vanderpump wrote on her blog after running into Richards at the Chanel beauty counter.
The Vanderpump Dog Foundation founder had to do a double take when she saw her at the beauty counter reportedly going, ‘Oh, my god. wow,’ before the two made small talk and then then parted ways.
The mother of four to Farrah, 30, Alexia, 22, Sophia, 19, and Portia, 11, says that she’s actually very much an introvert ‘living an extrovert life.’
‘I am actually shy. I am actually an introvert who is living an extrovert life.
‘You can tell me your darkest secret and I would never tell a soul, but if it’s about me, I can’t keep a secret about myself,’ she explained.
She says that she’s ‘so used to filming the show that ‘I don’t even think about’ when it comes to putting her life out on television.
And she thanks her mother Kathleen for getting her into acting and helping to boost her confidence.
‘My mother wanted to teach me about balancing and budgeting and being independent. My mom pushed me into acting to overcome my shyness.
‘So honestly when I did anything, for example when I would pull into Warner Brothers to film American Woman the guard would wave to me, and as I would drive through, I would think, “Thanks Mom.” Because I know that everything that she did has led me to where I am now — Housewives, producing American Woman and these other projects are all because of my mom!’
Meanwhile, On Monday, Vanderpump announced that after nine seasons she would no longer appear on the Bravo show.
‘The last year was a very negative year for me,’ she said in an interview with Extra.
‘I feel like we’re moving forward. They have had their resolution. I just had a horrible time with the show and the women. It was a very sad time in my life and it wasn’t made any better. I just decided to walk away.’