‘RHOBH’ Kyle Richards Offers a Health Update After Falling Ill With COVID-19, Plus She Shares Photo of Her Family’s Christmas Card

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'RHOBH' Kyle Richards Offers a Health Update After Falling Ill With COVID-19, Plus She Shares Photo of Her Family's Christmas Card

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Kyle Richards offered an update on her health after confirming she was sick last week amid news of a COVID-19 outbreak among the cast and crew of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

After debuting her family’s Christmas card for 2020, Kyle responded to a fan in the comments section of her post who wanted to know if she was feeling alright after admitting she was too ill to cook her family’s Thanksgiving meal at the end of last month.

“Kyle are you feeling ok?” the fan asked.

“Hopefully soon,” Kyle replied along with a praying hands emoji.

Kyle Richards Hopes to Be Better Soon Amid RHOBH COVID Quarantine

As fans may have heard, filming on RHOBH season 11 was halted on November 25 after a crew member reportedly tested positive for COVID-19. Then, days later, it was noted that Kyle, Dorit Kemsley, and Kathy Hilton had also been diagnosed with the coronavirus.

While Kyle is still fighting back against symptoms of the virus, she has remained active on social media, and on December 3, she gave her fans and followers a look at her family’s holiday card.

“I’m absolutely obsessed with our 2020 holiday cards from [Simply to Impress]! While we weren’t able to see many friends & family in person this year, we are definitely reaching out to all of them with holiday greetings,” Kyle wrote in the caption of her post, which included husband Mauricio Umansky and her four daughters, Farrah Aldjufrie, Alexia Umansky, Sophie Umansky, and Portia Umansky.

“I love this company for their amazing designs and luxurious papers. Plus, they deliver super fast. Thanks, Simply to Impress, for helping us share the love this holiday season!” she added.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 11 will air on Bravo sometime next year.