Kyle Richards shared a series of photos from her family vacation in Italy on Tuesday and was immediately met with claims about her husband, Mauricio Umansky, and their 15-year-old daughter, Portia Umansky.
Weeks after she and the Buying Beverly Hills cast member, 53, confirmed that they were facing the toughest year of marriage, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 54, took to her Instagram page, where she proved that the two of them are working to keep their marriage intact — and showed off her fit physique in a cut-out swimsuit.
Along with an Italian flag in her caption, Kyle displayed her weight loss in her last nine photos as she posed on a boat in a white swimsuit with her hair pulled back into a bun.
“Another housewife that dresses her underage daughter like a 20 something young lady,” one person wrote in a comment.
And Kyle quickly clapped back.
“I don’t dress her,” Kyle replied. “She’s in her [second] year of high school.”
The backlash regarding Portia’s attire comes just over a week after the teen was accused of looking “unsuitable” and “totally inappropriate” while attending a Chicago music festival in a strapless top and miniskirt.
At the time, Kyle praised the look, saying her daughter was a “BEAUTY” as Portia herself also spoke out.
“[Fifteen]??” a person asked. “This breaks my heart, kids should be kids. This is so sad.”
But in response, Portia said, “Don’t be sad, I’m happy as a clam!”
In another comment shared to Kyle’s family photo, someone suggested that Mauricio wasn’t actually with her in Europe, but photoshopped into the image.
“How does nobody see he’s photoshopped into these pics?” they asked as Kyle offered a response.
“That must be a joke,” she wrote.
Last month, weeks after she and Mauricio released their joint statement regarding their marital challenges, Kyle appeared on Amazon Live, where she offered an update on how her daughters were coping with the situation.
“They’re really strong,” Kyle revealed. “They know that we all love each other, and they’re old enough to understand that not everything is perfect all of the time, and that’s okay, and no matter what, they’re loved.”
“Actually, all — our daughters and Mauricio and me — we all felt better after because so many people were speculating and making up stories, and it just was getting out of control,” she added.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 13 is expected to premiere on Bravo sometime this fall.