After a fanpage shared a photo of the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills besties sitting on a couch together with Giggy, who was wearing a pink fur coat, Kyle reposted the image to her fans and followers on her Instagram Stories as a number of Bravo stars, including Andy Cohen and Garcelle Beauvais, weighed in with messages of their own.
“Rest in Peace Giggy,” Kyle wrote in the caption of her post, which was later shared by Queen of Bravo on Instagram.
In addition to sharing the news of Giggy’s passing on her Instagram page, Lisa also posted a message on Twitter.
“It has been an awful year, no doubt about it… My little furry man just passed…My heart is broken. So much loss, in so many ways. But we will get through this together, have courage in the face of adversity. Love to you all. Goodnight,” she wrote on December 13.
“Sorry to hear about Giggy!” Garcelle replied.
In the comments section of the former RHOBH cast member‘s Instagram announcement, Andy and others reacted.
“Giggy was the First Dog of Bravo. Truly love at first sight for the cutest pup we’d ever seen. RIP beautiful Gigolo,” said Andy.
“RIP Giggy you were loved [by] many and brought so much joy to the world,” Tom added.