When discussing marital problems on RHOBH, Kyle Richards felt “tortured” and predicted the day would come when “enough is enough”


Despite her preference for not “hiding” from the cameras, the star of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” says she’s been “just sort of waiting for it to be over, to be honest” as the season airs.

Kyle Richards is prepared to step back from handling her marital issues in the spotlight.

The 55-year-old star of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, who is shown talking about her and husband Mauricio Umansky’s future on the hit Bravo series, acknowledged to Entertainment Tonight said it was “not easy shooting this season.”

She told the newspaper, “Having to experience it all again and seeing it all back is definitely not easy.”

The reality star revealed that she is excited for the upcoming season 13 finale, which will air the next week, saying, “To be honest, I’m just kind of ready for it to get over.” I think I’ve overcome the most challenging elements, but after a brief respite, additional challenging issues arise.”

Richards claimed that although she was “open and honest” with her RHOBH co-stars about the state of her marriage, she yet kept some details private.

According to the reality star, “I’m not concealing nothing from anybody,” ET learned. I want to be as transparent as I can be since I’m heading through something while working over things myself. When I figure everything out, I will be open.

Regarding her current relationship status with Umansky, 53, the Halloween Kills actress stated that the couple has not yet determined whether to file for divorce, which was announced seven months after their split.

The couple has been apart for some time, but they still reside under the same roof, someone close to the pair told Who at the time. As they decide what’s next fer both of their family, they continue to be cordial. In an announcement shared on Instagram at that point, Evans and Umansky acknowledged having a “rough year” but refuted reports that they were divorcing.

“Divorce would happen when we can’t continue living together with our daughters, Portia, 15, and Alexia, 27,” she stated, referring to her and Umansky’s continued cohabitation. Richards’ daughter Farrah Brittany, 35, is also shared with her ex-husband Guraish Aldjufrie.

They’ve managed to handle that thus far because we’re not a poisonous pair and we were never combatants, Richards told ET. You know, it will go one way or the other. Either way, when we awaken, we’ll be like, “Oh my gosh! Either we manage to resolve this, or there will be a divorce. I simply don’t know how long it can be sustainable to live with friends and family under one roof. I’m not sure how long that can last.

After being a member of the show for 13 seasons, Richards began to doubt her ability to continue filming after having to disclose her marital problems on camera.

During this period, when I was going through a lot personally and felt like everyone was judging me when all I truly needed was friends & support, I asked myself, “How can I do this forever?” said she. What would make me subject myself to this? Why should I want to endure being tormented right in front by surveillance camera only to be forced to go through the same thing again in a period of six months when I was already going through a lot in my private affairs? However, it’s inevitable that I will reach a point where I have had enough.

Do you end each season on a positive note or did it go so badly that you have no desire to return? She came to an end. I’m not sure. That is not an answer I have.

I’m not really sure what’s going to happen to me next in life. She said, “I’m open to many things.”

Bravo broadcasts The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills every Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.


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