The coronavirus pandemic has rocked the Bravo world as much as the real world, and the women of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills have been hit particularly hard.
After three of her co-stars tested positive for the virus (plus one other crew member, which caused production to be temporarily shut down), Lisa Rinna is sharing another upsetting outcome from the pandemic: not being able to see her mother, Lois Rinna.
Taking to her Instagram on Wednesday, the RHOBH star posted a sweet video of her and Lois dancing together (as Lisa is wont to do) and expressed her discontent at the separation.
“We haven’t seen Lois since last Christmas. She is doing great I’m so happy to report, but we Miss her so much!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️,” Lisa, 57, captioned the post.
Lois, who celebrated her 92nd birthday back in June, has been steering clear of the family due to the coronavirus safety concerns for seniors. Moreover, California has seen a spike in numbers since the summer, reporting more than 18,000 cases on December 2 (via Google).
Rising cases potentially contributed to the RHOBH shutting down for the time being, as Kyle Richards, Dorit Kemsley, and Kathy Hilton all tested positive this past week. All women were reported to have had only moderate symptoms and have been recovering just fine.
Depending on how the coronavirus plays out in California, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 11 is expected to return next spring.