REPORT: RHOBH Star Kyle Richards Getting Spinoff Show With Husband Mauricio Umansky on Peacock, Get the Alleged Details

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REPORT: RHOBH's Kyle Richards and Husband Maurico Umansky Getting Their Own Spinoff With Kids on Peacock

Kyle Richards and her husband, Mauricio Umansky, are reportedly getting their own Peacock spinoff.

After becoming the only remaining OG of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills following Lisa Vanderpump‘s exit after season nine, and being cast on the debut season of the Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip, Deuxmoi has revealed that the new series is expected to focus on the couple’s work-home balance.

“A certain OG Housewife and her real estate mogul hubby are in talks to get their own reality show [spinoff] on Peacock,” the outlet reported on Instagram. “Would be focused on her acting ventures and his and their kid’s work-life balance.”

According to the insider, the yet-to-be-named project is still in the “very early stages.” However, both sides are said to be “excited” about the upcoming series.

After coming across the report, the Queens of Bravo shared a screenshot of the news with their own fans and followers on Instagram as well as a snippet with their thoughts.

“According to Deuxmoi, it sounds like the Queen of Peacock is going to get a reality show [spinoff]. Imagine Kyle sh-t stirring between Portia and [Alexia Umansky]. Gimme that show!” they wrote, giving a nod to Kyle and Mauricio’s youngest and oldest daughters.

The couple also shares middle daughter Sophia Umansky, and Kyle is mom to Farrah Aldjufrie, who is newly engaged to Alex Manos.

Although Deuxmoi didn’t name any names in their report, their source perfectly described their family, seemingly noting that Mauricio is at the top of the real estate game and mentioning Kyle’s recent return to acting.

RHOBH Kyle Richards Spinoff Reportedly Headed to Peacock

News of Kyle’s allegedly upcoming Peacock spinoff comes just months after her older sister, Kathy Hilton, suggested that they were set to star in their own show, along with their other sister, Kim Richards.

“Absolutely. I think that’s a plan,” she told Entertainment Tonight when asked about the idea.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 is currently in production and expected to begin airing on Bravo sometime in 2022.