Lisa Rinna Thanks RHOBH Cast for “Rallying Around” Her as She Endured “Pain” While Acting Out After Mom’s Death

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Lisa Rinna Thanks RHOBH Cast for "Rallying Around" Her as She Endured "So Much Pain" After Mom's Death, Says Grief is "Unpredictable" After Acting Out

Lisa Rinna took to her Instagram Story on Wednesday night to thank her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmates for rallying around her following the devastating loss of her mother, Lois Rinna, in November 2021.

After admittedly acting out in recent episodes, one of which featured her screaming at Sutton Stracke and attempting to kick her out of the launch of her wine line, Rinna Rosé, Lisa applauded her co-stars for sticking by her amid her “unimaginable” and “unpredictable” grief.

“These women are there when you really need them the most,” read a message Lisa shared with a photo from a scene between herself, Erika Jayne, Kyle Richards, and Sutton on the August 10 episode, which featured Lisa experiencing an emotional meltdown.

“Thank you for rallying around me when I was in so much pain acting out. This is what love is,” Lisa wrote with the post.

Lisa Rinna Thanks RHOBH Cast for Rallying Around Her After Mom's Death

With the same photo, another page said, “We should all gather around [Lisa Rinna] like this and show her the love [and] support she deserves.”

“Grif is an unimaginable feeling that should be met with grace, understanding, [and] so much love. We love you Rinna!” Papio of Pop noted with their post on Instagram, which has since been reshared by Lisa.

RHOBH Lisa Rinna Talks Unimaginable Grief After Lois' Death

Lisa also reshared a message from another fan account, set up in honor of the Real Housewives of Dubai, who thanked Lisa for sharing the vulnerable moments she experienced after Lois’ death on RHOBH.

“[Lisa Rinna] that was the best moment you have ever given us on [RHOBH]. God bless and thank you for making all of us feel normal. Grief is so unpredictable. Nothing but love,” they wrote.

Lisa Rinna Shares Message Of Thanks From RHOBH Fan

Prior to Wednesday’s show, Lisa prepared her online audience for the drama that was set to ensue on the show.

“Next week I have an absolute and utter breakdown on camera,” Lisa shared with her fans and followers. “I am apprehensive because I am very vulnerable. Grief is so hard.”

And around the same time, Lisa appeared on Watch What Happens Live, where she offered host Andy Cohen an update on how she’s been coping with Lois’ death, revealing that after a delayed funeral, she was feeling much better.

“I think what really has helped me is we just got to lay my mother to rest last week,” Lisa confirmed. “To wait seven months I think was very difficult on me, and now that we’ve laid her to rest, I feel a lot better. I do… We put her with my dad, and it was really beautiful.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.