Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Kyle Richards Is “Very Curious” To Read Her Sister Kim Richards Upcoming Memoir; Says “I’m Going To Have To Read It”

Kyle Richards opened up about her sister Kim Richards’ upcoming memoir and whether she received approval from her sibling before writing the book. “Nothing’s been run by me,” the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star told Us Weekly. “I don’t know what to think. You know, I knew she was writing it because we talked about it a little bit but not specifics.”

Kyle revealed that the synopsis caught her off guard. “I mean, the headline was a little jarring,” she admitted. “I was like, ‘What’s that?’”

Kyle insisted she has a solid relationship with Kim, despite the family drama that the project could cause between the two. “I mean, we’re in a good place if we stay there and … I don’t know,” she said with a laugh. “I don’t have any other words right now.”

Meanwhile, in a separate interview, Kyle said, “I didn’t really know about the book,” she told PEOPLE. “I mean, she started saying she was working on, you know, something and I didn’t really — I don’t really know a lot about it. All I know is we’re in a good place, so hopefully we’re going to stay there.”

Kyle confirmed she would indeed be turning the pages of her sister’s tell-all.

“I’m going to have to read it,” she said. “I’m very curious, actually.”

Kyle said her relationships with Kim and sister Kathy Hilton are in a good place. “Let’s hope we stay at that!” she said. “Let’s hope it just stays there. That’s all I keep saying.”

Kim announced earlier this month that The Whole Truth: The Reality of It All will be released on April 28. “I’ve come to learn that holding onto secrets is like holding your breath. Finally, I feel strong enough to speak my truth,” she said in a statement at the time. “I am unafraid and unapologetic. I am ready.”

The memoir’s description made headlines for its depiction of Kim’s connection to her famous family. “The Whole Truth is the harrowing, all-too-real and ultimately empowering story of a woman who has been through hell and back, endured, grew strong and learned to become her own fiercest advocate,” the synopsis read. “The soul-baring confession of a woman revealing what it was like to be treated like a show pony as a child star, as a disposable object as a wife, a whipping post as a sister and as a tabloid commodity as a celebrity. But above all else, it is a triumphant tale of a determined woman who refused to be broken — a fierce, loving and relatable human who is strong, flawed and real.”

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