Lisa Wonderpump is one of the former stars Real housewives of Beverly Hills. There are a few things the reality star is known for: the color pink and his love for his pet dog Kiki. The latter became a symbol of reality TV and set the standard for other popular pets Real housewives The world. VanderPump shared the devastating news that Kiki was dead with his fans.
“We are devastated to hear that our girlfriend Kiki passed away this morning,” Vanderbump posted on her verified Instagram account. “He was truly loved. We know how many of you loved him.”
Kiki was short for Kikolo, and it was mostly featured RHOBH, Becomes a star in his own right.
“Our sweet Kikolo is such an incredible, unique dog, but most importantly, because of him, we started The Wonderpump Dog Foundation and started our mission to save as many dogs as possible,” Wonderpump continued. “He encouraged us to start our work for recovery, for which we will always be grateful. Kiki’s legacy lives on with every dog that saves Vanderbump dogs. Thank you all for your support. Rest in peace Kiki, we love you.”
The note was also signed by Wonderpump on behalf of her husband Ken Todd.
Bravo celebrities respond to Kiki’s death
News of Kiki’s death soon made headlines, with Bravo’s stars coming to Vanderbilt’s to express their condolences.
Andy Cohen, executive producer Real housewives, Said: “Kiki Bravo’s first dog. I really love at first sight the most beautiful puppy we have ever seen. RIP Beautiful Kikolo. ”
Tom Swartz Wonderpump rules He added, “RIP Kiki, you are loved [by] Gave so much and so much joy to the world. “
Schwartz’s wife, Katie Maloney, also expressed her condolences, saying, “RIP Kiki, you were, and always will be, a symbol.”
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Tough year for Lisa Wanderpump
This year has not been an easy year for Vanderbilt. After the outbreak, he was forced to close his restaurants. Restaurant and bar businesses have been hit hard as the corona virus is difficult to control. California has some drastic measures to protect the health of its citizens and the Vanderbump was the first to suffer.
In July, Wonderpump made the difficult decision to close its restaurant, Villa Blanca, located in the center of the Benderley Hills.
“Even though there have been many false articles in the last week or so about the reasons for closing Villa Blanca, we are really going to close our doors,” he said. Daily Mail.
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Vanderpump explained that his landlord had not come to negotiate a new contract due to the circumstances of the epidemic.
“If the landlord had been willing to negotiate again and the lease had not ended, we would have reopened, but unfortunately with the corona virus, the situation is beyond our control,” Vanderbump added.
Villa Blanca has been a part of the Beverly Hills community for 12 years. Ex RHOBH The star said he hopes to be able to open the same concept elsewhere in the future.
On top of the restaurant closure, Vanderpump’s hit show Wonderpump rules Placed at extended intervals. Bravo decided to remove four actors from the series due to racist activities. The show is expected to be filmed in another season, but there is no word yet on when it will be.