“It didn’t air but at Garcelle’s party, at the end, I pulled [Kyle] aside and said, ‘All of this doesn’t matter. It’s about you and your family and you have my support no matter what,'” Crystal told E!. “No matter how hard we can be on the show, at the end of the day, when it’s all over, that’s what’s left. I really hope that they can come back together and heal and get better.”
She went on to compare being in the cast the last two seasons to being in a “sorority,” saying, “You sort of jump into it not knowing anyone in that group. Conflict happens, but on the overall scope, you’re doing it together in a way. But also, I have a lot of friends outside. It’s the show and then I have this. I feel like as I progress, I am developing relationships.”
As fans wait to hear which RHOBH ladies will hold onto their diamond for season 13, fans can catch up on past seasons streaming now on Peacock.
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