Things still aren’t hunky dory for Kyle and Kathy.
“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards revealed she’s still not on speaking terms with her sister Kathy Hilton after the show’s explosive reunion, which aired last October.
“I haven’t seen her in a while, I have not seen her in a while,” the “Halloween” star, 54, exclusively told Page Six at the American Heart Association’s Red Dress Collection Concert Wednesday night.
“Things are not great since the reunion to be honest,” she admitted.
The strife began when Lisa Rinna claimed Hilton, 63, had a “psychotic” breakdown during a cast trip to Aspen, which wasn’t caught on camera.
Rinna alleged that the socialite mom of Paris and Nicky Hilton, hurled a slew of insults at her “RHOBH” cast mates, including, shockingly, her sister Kyle, whom she reportedly vowed to “f–king ruin.”
“She said ‘I will destroy Kyle and her family if it’s the last thing I ever do’,” Rinna claimed in a subsequent confessional.
Hilton vehemently denied Rinna’s account of that night, saying she was “set up” by the actress and Erika Jayne.
Days later, Hilton called out her sibling for weeping at the reunion when she claimed to have felt attacked all season.
“Why is she upset and crying? I’m the one who [was] bullied and percacuted [sic] for 10 months!” the socialite wrote in response to a comment posted on Instagram that showed concern for Richards.
Hilton added, “Just cruel and disgusting.”
A rep later clarified that Hilton wasn’t calling her sister “cruel and disgusting” but rather the “treatment” she has endured while filming the Bravo reality series.
However, Richards chimed in on the exchange, commenting, “Why [am I upset and crying]? You know exactly why.”
The former child star also ominously added, “I don’t think you want me to explain why.”
Richards confessed to us on Wednesday that their estrangement is “very” upsetting and is hoping that it won’t be awkward while filming the upcoming season, which starts this month.
“Welcome to my life,” she said. “My life is awkward all the time!”
It’s not the first time that the siblings have ceased communication.
They once stopped speaking for years after Richards produced a show called “American Woman” which was loosely based on their late mother Kathleen Richards.
Other celebs walking to promote heart care for women included Teri Hatcher, Gina Gershon, Anika Noni Rose, Susan Lucci, and Star Jones.